Posts Tagged ‘environment’

The New Binhai Plan – Full Text

Wednesday, June 27, 2007 1:27 Comments Off on The New Binhai Plan – Full Text

Further to my post , I was forwarded the full text of the New Binhai Plan and thought it would be of interest. Suggestion of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China on the Related Issues of Promoting the Development and Opening –up of Tianjin Binhai New Area Promoting the development and opening-up […]

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Tianjin’s New BinHai Plan for Chemical Industry

Friday, June 15, 2007 2:40 2 Comments

Are you a chemical company looking to enter China? If so, this post is for you. While recently working on behalf of a light chemical company to identify their China site, we visited Tianjin to see what opportunities exist within their parks, to understand the macroeconomic developments, and catch up with old friends (to get […]

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Taihu Lake Contaminated.. Water Shortage in Wuxi

Friday, June 1, 2007 11:22 4 Comments

10 days ago I had lunch with an executive who had just traveled to see the famous Taihu lake, and the report was not exactly what the local tourist board would want tourists reporting. It was disgusting… so polluted.. there was a green foam all over This morning, I was asked by a local CSR […]

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Environment, IPR, and Cheap Laptops: WSJ is on Fire!

Wednesday, March 21, 2007 19:51 2 Comments

the last 24 hours have been active for the journal today, and they have done a good job of reporting on the above three issues: 1) The environment: In their article Walk of Shame Jane Spencer reports that dozens of MNCs in China have been highlighted as polluters in a recent report entitled Greece Choice. […]

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