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Magazine articles on politics and society in China and Hong Kong.
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June 21, 2004
Engardio & Roberts
Wielding A Heavy Weapon Against China The battle lines have been drawn. Unless Washington and Beijing can find a reasonable middle ground for defining a market economy, it will be open season on Chinese manufacturers. And boom times for U.S. trade attorneys. mark for My Articles 746 similar articles
June 2004
Toni Piech
The People's Republic of Ownership In a move that probably has Chairman Mao spinning in his glass coffin, the Chinese politburo voted on March 14 to recognize the private property rights of businesses and individuals. mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
June 7, 2004
Why Hong Kong's Financial Secretary Anticipates "A Soft Landing" Henry Tang talks about the overheated mainland economy and the challenges facing Hong Kong. mark for My Articles 795 similar articles
May 3, 2004
Bremner et al.
Headed For A Crisis? China's economy is overheated, its banks are shaky, and hot money continues to pour in. Can the new leaders rein in a runaway financial system? mark for My Articles 1475 similar articles
May 3, 2004
Roberts & Balfour
Are China's Home Lenders Pumping Up A Bubble? The ease with which home-buyers jump into the real estate market is fueling much of China's current boom -- and worrying Chinese authorities. mark for My Articles 684 similar articles
National Defense
May 2004
Roxana Tiron
China Is Pursuing Unmanned Tactical Aircraft China has been quietly at work pursuing unmanned aircraft technologies both domestically and from foreign partners. It also is marketing its drones to friendly nations in Asia and Africa, according to a Chinese industry official. mark for My Articles 386 similar articles
April 2004
Jesse Walker
Late Communism The People's Republic of China is still formally a communist country. But if this is communism, it's an increasingly peculiar kind. In December party leaders proposed a constitutional amendment to protect property rights. mark for My Articles 477 similar articles
April 12, 2004
Dexter Roberts
China's Trade Boss Vice-Premier Wu Yi has an iron will. She'll need it when she comes to Washington to lead talks mark for My Articles 674 similar articles
March 31, 2004
Roy Mark
Tech Issues Undermining U.S.-China Trade U.S. trade official tells lawmakers Beijing's chip policy is distorting international investment. mark for My Articles 703 similar articles
April 5, 2004
Dexter Roberts
Why China Is Speaking Softly Beijing is finding that subtle diplomacy works better than the old saber-rattling mark for My Articles 709 similar articles
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