News Government General
June 11, 2020  

Zoom caught in China censorship crossfire as meetings foiled

Company reactivated Zoom accounts of a US-based group of dissidents that were suspended after they held an online event commemorating Tiananmen Square.

News Government Manufacturing General
April 24, 2020  

Champagne challenges Beijing, insists empty planes left China

Foreign minister pushes for virtual access to two imprisoned Canadians.

News Government Manufacturing General
January 20, 2020  

Huawei exec Meng’s extradition hearing begins in Canada

Beijing views Meng’s case as an attempt by the US to contain China’s rise, two Canadians detained in apparent retaliation.

News Government Manufacturing General
November 14, 2019  

China presses Washington for tariff cut in trade deal

Beijing said US negotiators agreed to roll back September penalties on $112 billion of imports, Trump dismissed claim.

News General
January 29, 2019  

Crisis Group trusts Ottawa to help free detainees after McCallum firing

Ambassador John McCallum opined twice last week on Meng-Huawei case.

News Manufacturing General
January 15, 2019  

Analysis: China pulling out all stops in Canada tensions

Mounting a determined campaign of intimidation and retribution over Meng Wanzhou case.

News Manufacturing General
November 6, 2018  

Bill Gates pushes clean toilet technologies at Beijing expo [WATCH]

Technologies on display represent the most significant advances in sanitation in nearly 200 years.

News Manufacturing Metals General
March 12, 2018  

China shrinks steel industry slowly, drawing Western ire

American and European anger targets a flood of low-cost exports that is double the volume of second-place Japan.

News Government Manufacturing General
January 30, 2018  

US group: Beijing will retaliate if Trump acts on trade

Trump has approved higher tariffs on Chinese aluminum, washing machines and other goods.

News Automotive Government Manufacturing General
April 17, 2017  

China car dilemma: Beijing wants electric, buyers want SUVs

Beijing wants electric cars to make up 8% of every brand’s production as soon as next year.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General
February 28, 2017  

EU court rejects bid to nix tariffs on Chinese solar panels

Beijing found to be improperly subsidizing manufacturers, panels being sold well below normal market value.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
January 19, 2017  

Beijing to spend $2.7B on cleaning capital’s air

Some funding will be used to close or upgrade more than 2,000 polluting factories.

News Manufacturing General
September 29, 2016  

Smog Free Tower as solution to Beijing’s pollution

Dutch artist’s 7-metre structure contains an air-purifying machine that runs continuously.

News Government Manufacturing General
July 19, 2016  

Beijing says air quality improved in first half of 2016

Good days in which air quality was rated good grew by 19 to 107.

News Manufacturing General
December 8, 2015  

Beijing’s smog crisis idles factories

But boosts ‘smog holiday’ travel and sale of air purifiers

News Energy Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
December 1, 2015  

Beijing air pollution reaches hits hazardous levels

China’s cities are among the world’s dirtiest after three decades of explosive economic growth

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
May 26, 2015  

IMF says China’s yuan no longer undervalued

Says Beijing should work toward a floating exchange rate in two to three years.

News Manufacturing Minerals General
August 8, 2014  

WTO upholds ruling against China’s rare earths curbs

Trade rules violated, appeal didn’t demonstrate export quotas are justified.

News Government Manufacturing General Technology
August 1, 2014  

Chinese NRC cyber attack breached personal data

Privacy watchdog says full extent of its impact to be determined.

News Automotive Manufacturing General Operations Production
April 21, 2014  

Automakers hone in on China as influence grows

China’s annual auto shows have grown into some of the industry’s most important commercial events.

News Minerals Business Operations Operations Technology
November 1, 2013  

WTO said to reject Beijing's rare earths controls

China opposes release of interim report; media reports say it sides with US, EU and Japan.

News Minerals Business Operations Operations Technology
November 1, 2013  

WTO said to reject Beijing’s rare earths controls

China opposes release of interim report; media reports say it sides with US, EU and Japan.

News Energy Business Operations Operations Sustainability Technology
September 12, 2013  

China to ban new coal-fired power plants in three industrial regions

Move by China’s Cabinet to fight air pollution around Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.

News Manufacturing Business Operations
September 9, 2013  

China’s August export growth accelerates

A positive sign for recovery while imports slow

News Manufacturing Business Operations
July 24, 2013  

China manufacturing falls to 11-month low

Pressure is on Chinese leaders to reverse a deepening slowdown.

News Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Technology
June 27, 2013  

US boss held hostage by Chinese employees is free

Departs plant after agreeing to pay severance to workers not being laid off.

News Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Technology
June 24, 2013  

Chinese workers hold US factory boss hostage over severance

Medical supplies manufacturer moving its Beijing plastics division to Mumbai, India.

News Business Operations Operations Technology
April 30, 2013  

China’s bad air drives top foreign executives away

Good for career but bad for health: How expats see a stint in China.

News Manufacturing Business Operations
February 28, 2013  

US performance in China worsened as economy slowed

Adds to complaints Beijing is shielding Chinese companies from foreign rivals.

News Energy Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Sustainability Technology
November 6, 2012  

China launches WTO case challenging EU solar subsidies

It’s accusing some countries of seriously damaging its photovoltaic exports.

News Energy Manufacturing Business Operations Sustainability
November 1, 2012  

A price to pay if China gets a no on Nexen

Investors would question Ottawa’s commitment to open markets

News Manufacturing Business Operations
July 25, 2012  

China’s economy achieves soft landing: IMF

But reforms needed for longer-term growth.