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Associated Press: Senate Panel to Hold Hearing on Baucus Nomination

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee will hold a hearing Jan. 28 on President Barack Obama's pick of retiring Sen. Max Baucus to serve as ambassador to China.  Read more...


McKinsey: Commentary: What could happen in China in 2014?

The year ahead could see companies focus on driving productivity, CIOs becoming a hot commodity, shopping malls going bankrupt, and European soccer clubs finally investing in Chinese ones. McKinsey director Gordon Orr makes his annual predictions.  Read more...


Politico: White House to nominate Sen. Max Baucus as next ambassador to China

Sen. Max Baucus, the veteran Montana Democrat who has served in the Senate since 1978, is expected to be nominated by the White House to serve as the next U.S. ambassador to China, according to several sources familiar with the matter.  Read more...


Reuters: Challenges ahead; Beijing sets sights on a new China

China has pledged to make the most sweeping changes to the economy and the country's social fabric in nearly three decades with a 60-point reform plan that may start showing results within weeks. Read more...


Wall Street Journal: China Is Open for Business to Foreign Investors as Part of Reform Plans

The Communist Party’s reform blueprint had something for everyone – even foreign investors. The document it released on Friday offered up a long shopping list of industries it said it would open up to foreign investment. Many are in areas where the U.S. has been agitating for greater access for years.  Read more...


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