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In this edition: Golden opportunities for Canadian energy amid the U.S.-China trade fight, Wayne Gretzky is boosting China’s hockey profile and a rare public protest in China. Read more…
China Brief | 09
August 13, 2018
Golden opportunities for Canadian energy amid the U.S.-China trade fight, Wayne Gretzky is boosting China’s hockey profile and a rare public protest in China.
China Brief | 08
July 30, 2018
Concerns about a currency war in the China-U.S. trade fight, the possibility of more Chinese investment in Canada, and why the U.S. launched tariff challenges against several WTO countries.
China Brief | 07
July 16, 2018
How the heating-up China-U.S. trade war could impact Canada, a look at what Destination Canada achieved on its mission to China, and why the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is going to invest in China’s rental housing sector.
China Brief | 06
July 3, 2018
How a mountain of plastic is causing a major recycling headache, the rise of a robot farm, China’s fading soccer dreams and why we’re finally calling it a U.S.-China trade war.
China Brief | 05
June 18, 2018
What the heat-up in the China-U.S. trade dispute could mean for Canada, how Chinese recycling restrictions continue to impact Canadian communities, and how the future of Chinese agriculture may be in self-driving combines.
China Brief | 04
May 28, 2018
Canada says no to the Aecon deal, Air Canada wades into the Taiwan dispute, and we find out China’s top polluters.
China Brief | 03
May 14, 2018
We take a deep dive into Chinese investment in Canada, Minister MacAulay heads to China to sell Canadian ag, and the China-U.S. trade spat simmers. Also, panda cubs!
China Brief | 02
April 30, 2018
The debate around the potential sale of one of Canada’s major construction companies to a China SOE heats up; more chest-thumping on the China-US trade spat; and a look at what the Canadian Senate did to get the Chinese government riled up.
China Brief | 01
April 16, 2018
China-U.S. chest-thumping on trade, what it means for Canada’s soy, pork, peas and other products, and what Heritage Minister Joly came home with after her recent trip to China.