Alle Einträge vom 20.1.2007

“Deals in China so often involve kickbacks or bribes”

Saturday, 20.1.2007

Arrests of 22 in Shanghai bribery investigation ensnare some multinational companies ”… including McDonald’s, Whirlpool, McKinsey & Co. and ABB … one U.S. company official, who also asked not to be identified, complained that big multinational companies were being ‘picked on’ by the Chinese government, even though corruption is widespread and perhaps much more prevalent among Chinese companies …” Von David Barboza (IHT).


Trampling Chinese culture

Saturday, 20.1.2007

“Half a million Chinese Internet users have backed a campaign initiated by a television anchorman on his blog to drive a Starbucks outlet from the Forbidden City …”. Quelle: NYT.


Europäische Union und China gründen gemeinsam eine Hochschule für Rechtswissenschaften

Saturday, 20.1.2007

Kurzmeldung der Welt.


Nachruf auf Bo Yibo

Saturday, 20.1.2007

Bo Yibo, Leader Who Helped Reshape Chinese Economy, Dies at 98 Von Joesph Kahn (NYT).


History books get the axe; another Zhang Yihe title falls

Saturday, 20.1.2007

Behörde für Presse- und Verlagswesen (GAPP) zieht acht Bücher zu historischen Themen aus dem Verkehr. Quelle: Danwei.


EMI und Baidu bieten Gratis-Musik im Internet

Saturday, 20.1.2007

Quelle: Netzeitung