Update, Sept. 9, 4:54 p.m.: Gov. Nathan Deal announced in a news release Thursday, Sept. 8, that the plant would bring 1,000 jobs, a tenth of them in a new research and development center. Read more here. A Chinese tire manufacturer has chosen Georgia over Tennessee for its first U.S. plant, a $500 million investment […]
With 19-year-old giant panda Lun Lun expecting to birth another set of twins any minute now, Zoo Atlanta is once again readying to welcome help from its longtime conservation partners in China. Lun Lun has been on “round-the-clock birth watch” since an Aug. 22 ultrasound confirmed the presence of two tiny fetuses, both measuring just over two centimeters […]
American voters who prioritize relations with China after the U.S. presidential elections have distinct options when they cast their ballots: antagonism and uncertainty or stability tinged with antipathy. That’s the choice Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, respectively, when it comes to dealing with the world’s most populous nation, according to a trio of experts at […]
Georgia’s exports to China plummeted 15 percent to $2.8 billion in 2015 from $3.3 billion, the second straight year of substantial decline after years of surging growth in sales of products to the world’s second largest economy.
The problem is that opposition to trade usually goes down well with voters — especially now that trade-bashing has gone mainstream in both political parties.
The Savannah College of Art & Design’s campus in Hong Kong has been cleared by China’s Ministry of Education to accept students from the mainland over a five-year period starting this fall.
Delta Air Lines Inc. is aiming to bring back its nonstop flight from Atlanta to Shanghai under new market conditions that would make it more sustainable; the problem is that they could take years to materialize, the airline’s new CEO reportedly said last week, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Delta Air Lines Inc. is making a stronger play for China, despite lacking a nonstop flight to the country from its home city of Atlanta.
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.
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 […]