Europe Weekly

Some of the arguments put forward by Europeans about China needing to be more open are unfair
Chinese companies' difficulties 'ignored'
Crying wolf about protectionism
Investing in China no longer foreign
Time to bring down the market barriers

Cover Story

Investing in China no longer foreign

In recent years, foreign investors have complained that they have felt hamstrung or pushed out of the Chinese market. Many of them have said that the environment for investments in China is regressing.

Time to bring down the market barriers

Unfair trade wars

Chinese companies' difficulties 'ignored'

Crying wolf about protectionism

News

Wen's visit boosts Sino-EU ties

Deals and pledges to help Europe battle debt crisis, enhance cooperation

News briefs

Quotable

Comment

Visit marks new stage for China-EU relations

Premier Wen's latest tour enhances ties and broadens cooperation; sincere and steady approach can deepen EU's understanding of Chinese policies.

Facing the modernization challenge

No hard landing yet for China

Time to fine-tune strategies, boost imports

Life

Events

Conferences & Meetings

The tusk at hand

Travel

Romance by the sea

Dalian is regarded as one of the most livable cities in China.

People

Spirit of innovation

Italian ambassador wants to let China know his homeland is SOURCE OF creative businesspeople.

Stroke of luck

Books

Wielding a pen's might

Literature should be a bit detached from the current political situation, says Peruvian-Spanish writer Mario Vargas Llosa.

Last Word

Charting a new course

British MP Mark Hendrick says Parliamentary group will help consolidate ties with China.

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