The changes in national and regional inflation rates are challenging foreign companies to make appropriate adjustments to their employee’s salary in order for them to be able to afford the same standard of living after a rising inflation rate. In 2016, Shanghai … Read More

The New Chinese Passports Upset its Neighbors

Recently, Vietnam and the Philippines have refused to grant visas to Chinese citizens who hold passports of the Middle Kingdom. The reason? China has recently issued … Read More

China formally agreed on Tuesday to reduce the continuous rise in its greenhouse gas emissions within the next 15 years. The most important greenhouse gas emitter of the World said it would invest more in the development of clean energy and alternative solutions to counteract this progression of … Read More

China continues its ascension of the academic prestige
Chinese universities outperformed their Japanese counterparts in number in an annual Asian academic ranking published Thursday, June 11th, 2015. According to the 2015 ranking of Asian universities set up by the British newspaper Times Higher Education, mainland China places in the … Read More

For years, the case was discussed. After becoming in 2013 the first commercial power in the world with a trade volume exceeding the United States’, China was set to become the world’s largest economy. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) had indicated in the figures published in October, that … Read More

Extended durations will enable Chinese travelers to have easier access to the United States, but could also result in a surge in wealthy nationals moving away for good, as Wang Qian reports.
Improvement in visa regulations for Chinese tourists is a good idea to boost the Chinese … Read More

“France cannot be successful alone.” This is essentially the message delivered on November 25th, by the French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development, Laurent Fabius and his Special Representative in China, Martine Aubry, presenting the first draft of a sustainable city in this great emerging country, which … Read More

Beijing is now the largest trading partner of the continent. Despite the countless rumors about its methods and intentions, the reality is more different than the one we usually see.
If the Chinese presence in Africa … Read More

China is already the largest market for exports from Australia in 2013, it bought almost a third of Australian assets, up to $ 101 billion (70.4 billion euros). This will be especially true after the free trade agreement on which Canberra and Beijing agreed Monday, November 17th, after … Read More

The connection between the stock exchanges of Shanghai and Hong Kong has been operational since November 17th.
Chinese Prime Minister, Li Keqiang, had evoked the idea of this measure in April as an example of the will of the government to open up the financial system. The … Read More