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.
By refusing to buy computers with the Windows 8 operating system, the Chinese government has cleared a path for domestic software developers.
It's been six years since a tainted milk tragedy rocked China, and now it looks like the country is coming to grips with its food-safety issues.
Vietnamese mobs are burning foreign factories at a time when Chinese manufacturers are moving to Vietnam. Now what?
The central bank has told China's state-owned lenders to speed up mortgage approvals as real estate tailspins.
Coal mining companies in China, the world's biggest coal producer and consumer, may finally be ready to cut costs in the face of falling prices and rising imports
As consumer prices fall, Beijing is intervening to meet its 2014 GDP growth goal and keep deflation at bay.
Investors have shown strong interest in iPhone component makers and suppliers of 'sapphire glass' screens for all kinds of smartphones.
InBev's recent takeover of a brewery in northeast China is part of a huge struggle for control of the world's biggest beer market
The country's state-run telecom operators will be hit with a tough VAT tax regime starting June 1, but capital expenditures could ease the pain.
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