Taming the Chinese dragon with land rovers, trench coats and minis

It may remain a sometimes challenging place to do business, but China has welcoming, open arms for British exporters, writes Elliot Wilson

Making noodles is cheaper here than in China

Manufacturing and services that were once outsourced have turned full circle, as Rebecca Brace reports

UK’s nuclear future: look East?

The wheels could be falling off the UK’s plans to build 16 gigawatts of new nuclear generation capacity by 2025 and, as Tim Probert discovers, the country’s best hope for a nuclear future may now lie in East Asia

Following a cleaner path to growth

Developing countries are looking to move away from the fossil-fuel model of development, but it won’t be easy, writes Mike Scott

In the beginning there was a bet

A Chinese scientist, who was wagered he couldn’t quit smoking, is credited with developing electronic cigarettes which were adapted for the UK market, as Rebecca Hobson discovers

Delivering better ways of making payments abroad

Technology is nurturing more methods of international payment and financial services than ever before, which is aiding global business expansion, writes Elizabeth Pfeuti

Riding on market roller coaster

Spreadbetters have been spoilt for choice in recent months in terms of trading opportunities and yet the stage is still set for an exciting three months ahead, as Joe McGrath discovers

London offshore hub will boost renminbi trading

Despite reports of slowing growth in the Chinese economy, interest is building in the country’s currency, as Rob Langston reports