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.
Road shows used to be raucous affairs in China before regulators turned pre-IPO parties into scripted events.
Stock investors in China are backing companies on the front lines of an anti-pollution battle
It's been downhill for overseas sales of Chinese-made vehicles ever since exports topped one million units in 2012
Electronics manufacturers are grappling with labor shortages as migrants fail to return from their annual Spring Festival holidays.
JD.com spent a decade honing its business model before becoming the first Chinese online retailer to seek a U.S. listing.
Transaction levels soared last year on the Shanghai Stock Exchange even as its composite index slumped.
An executive whose company outfitted lavish buildings has fallen as China controls government spending.
China granted QFII investment licenses to another seven overseas firms.
ICBC Chairman Jiang Jianqing says shadow banking is worse in Japan and the United States than in China. Meanwhile, default looms for a trust product sold at his bank.
An SEC judge's ruling against the Big Four auditors is part of a wider dispute over Chinese accounting practices that could hit U.S. stockholders who've invested in Chinese companies.
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