Georgia may still be punching below its weight in attracting Chinese investment, according to a new study breaking out Chinese greenfield facilities and acquisitions by U.S. congressional district for the second straight year.
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Just a month after marking five-year anniversary of the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 15,000 people, Japan finds itself shaken by another series of deadly quakes, and a Georgia organization is once again aiming to help.
YKK Corp. of America, the Marietta-based subsidiary of the Japanese zipper and architectural products giant for the Western Hemisphere, has named two new presidents for the U.S. arms of those two units.
The recipient of this year’s International Award from the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta, Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,, faces on a daily basis the world’s severest maladies. Be they turberculosis, drug addictions, ebola and zika viruses, car crashes, smoking, polio, obesity — all of which he has been forced […]
More than a billion people. An ascendant middle class. Rapid growth with dire environmental consequences. Rising importance in global security. As border countries with divergent histories, India and China have always had their differences, but the world’s two most populous nations in modern times also share a surprising number of similarities that could breed collaborative […]
Jaipur Living Inc., the India-based rug company, is moving its American headquarters from Norcross to new facility off Interstate 75 in Cherokee County as it continues growth centered on an expanding catalog of home goods.
The World Affairs Council of Atlanta is seeking applications from under-40 professionals for a 10-day fellowship in China.
Less than a week after Atlanta airport officials said they would vie for new air service to India and China, Delta Air Lines Inc. has announced plans for better access to both countries through other hubs.
The Philippines is hitting a wall in its negotiations with China on its actions in the South China Sea, where overlapping claims of sovereignty by multiple countries could create the next global flashpoint. China has been reclaiming land to build ports, airstrips and other infrastructure in the sea, riling neighbors and destroying reefs as it tries […]
With rhetoric against trade heating up on the campaign trail, the Philippines‘ ambassador to the U.S. says he believes the country should focus less on upending existing trade balances and more on boosting competitiveness. Much of the world’s low-end manufacturing will continue migrating to places like Mexico and Vietnam, he said, and the U.S. should continue moving up […]