China Crackdown Could Curb US Property Sales (Podcast)

Bloomberg’s Emma O’Brien tells Bloomberg Radio’s Denise Pellegrini that increasing scrutiny of large Chinese conglomerates could put a damper on US property sales, especially in Manhattan. Radio +1-212-617-5560 Running time 00:58 ( read original story ...)

U.S. Plans Probe of China Over Intellectual Property

The Trump administration is gearing up to investigate China over what the U.S. perceives to be violations of intellectual property, according to a person familiar with the matter. U.S. officials are discussing ways to raise the pressure on China over IP ... ( read original story ...)

Trump getting ready to go after China on trade

By focusing on intellectual property, the probe would touch upon a major complaint by American companies that do business in China. The American Chamber of Commerce in China said in a report in April that its members were facing difficulties in areas such ... ( read original story ...)

China And Intellectual Property Rights: The Dragon Roars

In the IP world equivalent of Daenerys Targaryen launching her long-awaited assault on King’s Landing on the backs of her dragons, the leader of the world’s economic dragon, China, recently gave a major speech on the importance of IP rights to his ... ( read original story ...)

China’s Housing Market: The Iron Bubble

But is there a looming crisis? In the near term, the answer seems to be no Just when it seemed they could not go much higher, property prices in China’s tier one cities made another gravity-defying leap last year. By September, new home prices had jumped ... ( read original story ...)