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5 SCHWEIZER FIRMEN, DIE WIE SYNGENTA NACH CHINA VERKAUFT WURDEN – DAS IST AUS IHNEN GEWORDEN

Für 43, 7 Milliarden Franken will der chinesische Chemie-Konzern ChemChina die Basler Syngenta übernehmen. Was mit Firmen geschehen kann, die nach China verkauft werden, zeigen diese fünf Beispiele. Source: Aargauer Zeitung READ FULL ARTICLE

CHINA BECOMES WORLD’S SECOND-LARGEST R&D PERFORMER

China is playing an increasingly prominent role in world’s science and engineering as the country becomes the second-largest performer of research and development (R&D), according to the Science and Engineering Indicators 2016 (Indicators) report from the US National Science Foundation. Source: China Daily READ FULL ARTICLE

G20 WOLLEN SICH MIT SCHNELLEREN REFORMEN GEGEN ABSCHWUNG STEMMEN

Die führenden Industrie- und Schwellenländer (G20) wollen eine weitere Abschwächung der Weltwirtschaft mit einem Reformschub verhindern. Darauf verständigten sich die G20-Finanzminister und -Notenbankchefs am Samstag in Shanghai. Source: Aargauer Zeitung READ FULL ARTICLE

CHINA WEB FINANCE CRAZE SOWS CONFUSION AND RISK

China’s internet finance craze is piling on confusion and risk. Web giants, insurance groups and even the country’s top taxi app are pushing into the fast-growing sector. But competition is fierce, and investors have little way to judge which business models are viable. Source: Reuters READ FULL ARTICLE

WHY CHINA’S DRAFT CYBERSECURITY LAW HAS CHILLING IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INTERNET AND MULTINATIONALS

China’s top legislature has published a draft cybersecurity law that would cement government control over the internet and data, rules analysts said could further limit online debate and affect multinational companies doing business in China. Source: South China Morning Post READ FULL ARTICLE