Eric Johnson is a journalist with 30+ years of experience. He's a graduate of the University of Missouri and Western Illinois University. He was a United Press International bureau chief in Detroit, a Deutsche Presse-Agentur foreign correspondent in Prague, and an editor at the Chinese business magazines Caijing and Caixin in Beijing. Chinese business-financial news has been his mainstay since 2006. He is on Twitter at @ej_street.
Orders are up and restocking is under way at China’s factories in part because the government has ordered banks to ease financing
The nutritional supplements company plans to build a third plant in China, where people are getting fatter and business is growing fast
A pregnant woman who chatted in a Beijing KFC about the latest food safety scare sheds light on why Chinese consumers trust American fast food restaurants
Winning control of the Italian white goods producer will cost Whirlpool nearly $1 billion, but has dealt a psychological blow to Chinese rivals.
Six conglomerates run by the Chinese government are seeking private stakeholders, which says a lot about the country’s economy and American companies in China.
Governments are lifting price controls and discounting land in hopes of reviving the nation’s slumping real estate sector. Here's how to buy a piece of the action.
The one-child policy has been relaxed, giving makers of baby formula and incubators more opportunities to make money
The state-owned oil conglomerate's vague announcement about future asset sales set off market speculation but provided little new information.
Companies that operate core-subject learning centers, online instruction and other education services are favorites among Chinese parents and stock investors alike.
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