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2019/09/26 | FORTUNE

Beijing Opens the World's Largest, Most Expensive Airport

Named the world's largest airport, Beijing's Daxing International Airport costs US$63 billion and claims to be one of the most technologically advanced in the world.

2019/09/06 | FORTUNE

US-China Trade War Could Setback Global Sustainability Efforts

If the U.S.-China trade war continues, China's efforts to go green will be negated and the impact will spread globally.

2019/08/19 | FORTUNE

Can Hong Kong Leverage Its Special Trade Status Against China?

Hong Kong's special trading status with the U.S. serves as a bridge between China and the rest of the world. Will China lose Hong Kong's status to the ongoing protests?

2019/08/06 | FORTUNE

Vietnamese Egg Coffee Is Trending, Would You Try It?

Traditional cà phê trúng (Vietnamese egg coffee) is now trending in North America, but what is it made of?

2019/07/30 | FORTUNE

Who Won the US-China Trade War? Vietnam

Vietnam emerges as a winner as the United States and China are butting heads against each other.

2017/07/20 | FORTUNE

How North Korea Could Start a War With America Right Now

As frightening as ICBMs sound, Pyongyang already possesses all the weapons it needs to draw America into a war. The question is whether the US and its allies will continue to strengthen the tools required to deter such a conflict.

2017/06/12 | FORTUNE

Does Chinese Innovation Have a Dark Side?

China's tech giants are nimble innovators. But will private firms' gains in Big Data, artificial intelligence, face recognition and other technologies lead to tighter state control?

2017/05/23 | FORTUNE

Can China Save Hollywood?

Chinese tastes are changing U.S. films as studios woo audiences abroad.

2017/05/03 | FORTUNE

China Has Tightened Its Grip on Online News With Sweeping New Controls

China’s Cyberspace Administration will now require most online news and media outlets to obtain a license from the government.

2017/04/28 | FORTUNE

Affordable Chinese Phones May Become Favored Over iPhone, Research Shows

The struggling smartphone market is making a bit of a rebound thanks to a handful of Chinese companies.

2017/04/20 | FORTUNE

Donald Trump Can’t Count on China to Keep North Korea in Check

If Trump believes that China genuinely has either the means or inclination to 'solve' the North Korean problem in American terms, he is likely to be sorely disappointed.

2017/04/17 | FORTUNE

Japan Faces Dire Potato-Chip Crunch

Japan's potato harvest has fallen short, forcing chip makers to halt production.

2017/04/13 | FORTUNE

An NYU Student Went Undercover at an iPhone Factory in China

One NYU graduate student shares a peek of what it's like to produce iPhones.

2017/04/11 | FORTUNE

Trump Paints an Overly Rosy Picture Of His Meeting With China’s Xi Jinping

As long as economic nationalists and establishment pragmatists in the White House wage pitched battles over the China policy and Beijing and Washington continue to see each other as potential adversaries, Trump’s prediction that the 'lots of very potentially bad problems will be going away' will turn out to be wildly optimistic.

2017/03/22 | FORTUNE

Warner Bros. Films Like ‘Harry Potter’ Are Coming to China’s Netflix

Chinese streaming giant iQiyi now owns streaming rights to about 200 Warner Bros. movies like 'Harry Potter' and 'Gravity.'

2017/03/21 | FORTUNE

These Are China’s Most Valuable Brands

Brands catering to the rising middle class continue to expand while the old economy's decline has slowed the growth of some of China's biggest brands.

2017/03/20 | FORTUNE

China’s New Craft-Beer Bully

The global giant that owns Budweiser wants to dominate the craft-beer market in China.

2017/03/15 | FORTUNE

How Realistic Is a U.S.-China Trade War? FedEx CEO Weighs In

There's a good reason both countries are acting the way that they are, FedEx CEO Fred Smith tells Fortune editor Alan Murray.