Alle Einträge vom 4.5.2012

1.8 trillion yuan changed hands in 3 months of Chinese e-commerce

Friday, 4.5.2012

By Jeremy Goldkorn. Quelle: Danwei.


In China’s Floundering Steel Sector, the Burden of Politics

Friday, 4.5.2012

“… problems in the industry will not be solved until Beijing ends its desire to create state-owned Goliaths …” Quelle: NYT/Reuters. Vgl. 钢铁行业如何摆脱亏损阴影 (163.com/Gongren Ribao).


China joins the party on Korean sanctions

Friday, 4.5.2012

“… agreeing to blacklist three North Korean firms suspected of trading in nuclear missile parts or technology …” Von Rick Wallace. Quelle: The Australian.


Dissident’s Plea for Protection From China Deepens Crisis

Friday, 4.5.2012

“… criticism that its diplomats miscalculated when they negotiated his departure from the American Embassy …” Von Mark Landler, Jane Perlez und Steven Lee Myers. Quelle: NYT. Ferner: AFP-Artikel.


China drugs scandal hot on the hoof of meat ban

Friday, 4.5.2012

“Their conscience is eaten by dogs”. Von Wu Zhong. Quelle: Asia Times Online.


Chinesische Filmplakate: Alles nur geklaut

Friday, 4.5.2012

Von Bernhard Bartsch. Quelle: Stuttgarter Zeitung.


Chen, China and America

Friday, 4.5.2012

Quelle: Economist. Vgl. Blinder Aktivist Chen Guangcheng wirbelt US-chinesische Beziehungen durcheinander Quelle: Zeit. Vgl. Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng seeks meeting with Hillary Clinton. Von Tania Branigan und Ewen MacAskill. Quelle: Guardian.


Chinese cities ‘near top’ of world carbon emissions list

Friday, 4.5.2012

Von Lan Lan. Quelle: China Daily.