Liao Ruo is a journalist based in Beijing.
The forced relocation of thousands of residents from a Cambodian lakeside has drawn global condemnation. Less widely discussed is the role of Chinese corporations. Liao Ruo reports.
Where rule of law is weak, China’s investors should be wary of hiding behind local regulations, writes Liao Ruo, concluding a two-part article.
Though painful for China’s investors, the suspension of a multibillion-dollar dam in Myanmar could teach those wanting to do business abroad an important lesson in political risk, writes Liao Ruo.