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The Chinese Overseas Investment Tide

Wednesday,Mar 23, 2016

By: Wang Huiyao, Miao Lü

 

  • Report: Safety a growing concern for Chinese students overseas

    Report: Safety a growing concern for Chinese students overseas From: China Daily Safety issues have become a major concern for China’s overseas students, according to an annual report released on Monday. Embassies and consulates handled more than 100,000 reports from…

  • What is next for Sino-US economic ties after the B&R Forum? | CGTN

    The Center for China and Globalization’s (CCG) president Wang Huiyao showed a positive attitude toward the future of Sino-US trade relation during the roundtable discussion on Thursday, attended by elites from the CCG and American Enterprise Institute (AEI).

  • Trade surplus with U.s. nears record

    The trade gap between the world’s two largest economies has been a frequent cause of complaint for US President Donald Trump, who visited China last month. The surplus recorded in the first 11 months of this year has already surpassed the total for the whole of 2016, according to the data released from China’s General Administration of Customs.

  • Foreigners’ green card path gets smoother

    China began issuing permanent residence permits in 2004. However, the “green card” is among the most difficult to obtain in the world due to the high requirements involved. Between 2004 and 2015, Beijing issued 1,700 permanent residence permits.

  • Chinese techies flee Silicon Valley,‘bamboo ceiling’highlighted

    Chinese tech workers are not only looking homeward, they’re moving back for better jobs, according to a new report. Part of the reason for the purported exodus? A perceived “bamboo ceiling” that blocks the rise of Asian techies into leadership positions.