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.
Clothing manufacturers are leaving China, but makers of basics such as spandex are doing well.
CEO Ren Zhengfei, whose military ties helped close the U.S. market to Huawei's telecom gear, has given critics more ammunition in a 'letter' to his company about plans and goals.
The country's biggest bank ICBC pays employees far less on average than other major banks in China
Clashing purchasing managers' surveys and deflationary fears are rattling nerves as to what's true and what's not.
China's state-owned nuclear plant contractors are challenging the industry's global leaders.
A lesson about Chinese travelers learned after a 2011 bullet train collision could vex the nation's air carriers.
The sudden decline in Chinese currency's value has rattled airlines, speculators and Hong Kong investors.
Chinese manufacturers of towers, turbines and other wind energy parts are investor favorites again.
A property developer's default is the latest sign of a real estate meltdown in China.
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