View James McGregor’s report, “China’s Drive for ‘Indigenous Innovation’ – A Web of Industrial Policies” on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Web site.


Bloomberg, “A Cybersecurity Law in China Squeeze Foreign Tech Companies” January 22, 2016

Financial Times, China Inc: The party vs the elite” December 18, 2015

Marketplace, Why can’t China make a good ballpoint pen?“December 14, 2015

Reuters, “Chinese government deals help nurse Alibaba’s bottom dog cloud business,” June 18, 2015

Bloomberg News, “Cisco Pledges $10 Billion China Investment to Regain Ground,” June 17, 2015

Reuters, “Souring China business climate risks U.S. investment treaty talks,” June 7, 2015

Financial Times, “China Rows Back on Bank Technology Regulation,” April 17, 2015

Financial Times, “Business Alarmed at Chinese Plans to Curb Data Transfer,” April 14, 2015

Reuters, “Huawei, Intel expand tie-up amid China’s rising scrutiny of U.S. tech firms,” March 5, 2015

Reuters,KFC Calls on Chinese Diners to Inspect Its Kitchen,” December 10, 2014

National Public Radio, “From Microsoft To Mercedes, Foreign Companies Under The Gun In China,” October 13, 2014

The Holmes Report, “APCO’s Jim McGregor To Receive Individual Achievement SABRE Award,” September 16, 2014

The Washington Post, “U.S. Companies Feel a Chill in China, Even as Many Still Rake in Profits,” July 4, 2014

The New York Times, “Alibaba I.P.O. May Unleash Global Fight Over Users,” April 30, 2014

The Wall Street Journal, “Mrs. Obama Takes Stab at Ping-Pong Diplomacy,” March 21, 2014

China Business, “Six Great Tips for Doing Business in China. Old School Is Today’s School,” February 1, 2014

CNN, “China’s Urbanization Drive: ‘Sim City’ on Steroids,” January 21, 2014

BNN, “Lessons from the Front Lines of Doing Business in China,” January 20, 2014

CBC News, “China’s Economy Expanding at Slowest Pace Since 1999,” January 20, 2014

The New Republic, “China’s Government Is Scaring Foreign Journalists Into Censoring Themselves,” December 9, 2013

The New York Times, “The Thorny Challenge of Covering China,” December 7, 2013

The Wall Street Journal, “U.S. Media Firms Stymied in China,” December 6, 2013

CBS Morning News, Biden Meets with China’s President, Calls for Trust Amid Air Defense Zone,” December 4, 2013

The New York Times, “Signs of Change in News Mission at Bloomberg,” November 24, 2013

Reuters, “NSA Leaks have been Crushing US Tech Sales in China,” November 14, 2013

The New York Times, Sinosphere, At Bloomberg, Special Code Keeps Some Articles Out of China,” November 13, 2013

BNN, “History Suggests China Plenum Reforms will be Limited,” November 8, 2013

CKGSB Knowledge, The James McGregor Interview: A Self-Examination for China,” October 29, 2013

Bloomberg, “China Seen Losing Sheen for IBM, Nike as Hurdles Mount,” October 27, 2013

AFP, “Hard Road to World Domination for Chinese Firms,” October 13, 2013

USA Today, “Bringing Home the Bacon: Chinese Savor Smithfield Deal,” September 26, 2013

CBS Evening News, “Politician’s Trial Reveals Secret World of China’s Communist Party,” September 21, 2013

BBC News, “China is Telling Business Experts ‘Don’t Mess with Us,” September 12, 2013

The Economic Times,China’s Debt-Fuelled Growth Outlives Fallen Politician Boxilai,” August 28, 2013

Bloomberg Businessweek, “China Fines Mead to Danone Joint $109 Million in Probe,” August 7, 2013

NBC News, As China’s Economy Slows, Economists Look for Signs of Reform,” July 16, 2013

Bloomberg Businessweek, “China’s Economic Policy Factory: The NDRC,” June 20, 2013

The Economic Times, “China’s Entrepreneurs Expand Global Presence,” May 31, 2013

NPR, “In China, Customer Service and Efficiency Begin to Blossom,” May 29, 2013

The Wall Street Journal, China Real Time Report, “After China Earthquake, a Debate Over Who’s Donating What,” April 23, 2013

The New York Times, “In China, Breathing Becomes a Childhood Risk,” April 22, 2013

Al Jazeera Network, “China Takes a Bite Out of Apple,” April 12, 2013

NPR’s Marketplace, “Bird Flu Scare in China: Bad News for KFC,” April 8, 2013

The New York Times, Economix, “The Limits of China’s Market Model,” March 27, 2013

NPR, “After Investigation, No Evidence ‘Wall Street Journal’ Bribed Chinese Officials,” March 18, 2013

Reuters, “Review: China’s Red Capitalism Needs Retooling,” December 20, 2012, Wei Gu reviews No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers

China Economic Review, “Delay, Distract and Dominate,” December 20, 2012, “New Chinese Leadership Needs Sweeping Reform to Kickstart Economy,” November 28, 2012

Irish Times, “Reform is the Only Choice for New Leaders to Fuel Economy,” November 27, 2012

Financial Times, “Faith in the State Underpins China Inc.,” November 20, 2012

Bloomberg News, “Xi Faces Economic Test of Courage After Leadership Change,” November 16, 2012

USA Today, “China Pushes ‘Progress, Constant Progress,'” November 15, 2012

CNBC’s Squawk Box, “China’s New Leadership Challenges,” November 13, 2012

China Digital Times, “No Ancient Wisdom for China,” November 10, 2012

Irish Independent, “Xi Jinping has Good Pedigree for Reform Vital to Chinese Economy,” November 8, 2012

Bloomberg, “Xi Gains Power Mixing Father’s Capitalism with Mao’s Marxism,”  November 6, 2012

Fox News, “China’s New Leaders Facing Tough Economic Choices,” October 21, 2012

AP, “China’s New Leaders Facing Tough Economic Choices,” October 20, 2012

Sinica Podcast, “No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers,” October 17, 2012

Marketplace, “Anti-China Rhetoric Belies US Economic Ties,” October 16, 2012

Yale Global features an editorial from Jim McGregor, “No Ancient Wisdom for China,” October 11, 2012 (reprinted in the South China Morning Post on October 12)

Global Post, “Why is US Congress Afraid of Chinese Telecommunications Giant Huawei?” October 9, 2012

The Economist, “State-owned enterprises: The state advances,” October 6, 2012

NPR’s On Point with Tom Ashford, one hour interview with James McGregor about his new book, October 2, 2012

The Wall Street Journal’s China Real Time interviews McGregor about his new book in “Eight Questions: James McGregor, ‘No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers,’” October 1, 2012

The Wall Street Journal, Assistant Managing Editor John Bussey discusses No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers in “Tackling the Many Dangers of China’s State Capitalism,” September 28, 2012

Quartz, “Don’t Bring Your Cell Phone to Meetings in China, You Might Get Hacked,” September 28, 2012

NPR’s Morning Edition, “Americans in China Feel Pinch of Shifting Economies,” September 25, 2012

CNN, “China’s Capital is Still Getting Kick from 2008 Olympic Party,” July 2, 2012

CNN, “China’s New Faces of the Communist Party,” June 4, 2012

Associated Press, “Foreigner-Bashing Arises Amid China’s Domestic Woes,” May 23, 2012

Marketplace, “Chinese Developer Buys AMC Movie Theater Chain,” May 21, 2012

Los Angeles Times, “China Orders Big Four Accounting Firms to Localize Operations,” May 10, 2012

The Wall Street Journal, “Beijing Takes Heat in Reporter Affair,” May 8, 2015

Marketplace, “Clinton, Geithner in China for Talks,” May 3, 2012

CNN, “Two Very Different Characters Rewriting China’s Script,” May 2, 2012

CNN, “China Works Hard to Project Soft Power,” March 30, 2012

The Journal of Commerce, “China’s Growth Tied to Technology, Consultant Says,” March 28, 2012, based on McGregor’s lecture at the annual Asia/Pacific Business Outlook conference at the University of Southern California

WSJ China Real Time, “CRT Forum, For Reform First Disconnect Rube Goldberg Machine,” March 2, 2012

Marketwatch, “Asia Society Honors Sidney Rittenberg at Annual Dinner,” March 6, 2012

AP, “Apple’s iPad row reflect mounting trademark troubles in hyper-competitive China market,” March 6, 2012

CNN, “China’s Next Top Leader: View from Fujian,” February 16, 2012

Marketplace, “Yum! Brands Announces Fourth Quarter Earnings,” February 6, 2012

CNN, China’s Leadership Change, January 27, 2012

Al Jazeera, China update and upcoming elections, January 26, 2012

Reuters, “China Toughens Trade Stance with Tarriffs,” December 15, 2011

The Christian Science Monitor, “How WTO Membership Made China the Workshop of the World,” December 14, 2011

Reuters,“Deal by Deal, US Ambassador Turns Salesman in China,” December 1, 2011

Bloomberg, “Colonel Sanders Devouring Little Sheep Means 69% Gain: Real M&A,” November 1, 2011

Marketwatch, “Internet Investors Brace for Hit to Chinese IPOs,” October 2, 2011

Washington Post, “Multinationals Rush to Court Chinese Consumers,” August 22, 2011

PRI’s The World, “Joe Biden Assures China on US Finances,” August 19, 2011

Marketplace, “Past Meets Present Meets Future in Downtown Shanghai,” July 11, 2011

The Economist, “Government’s Role in Industry: The Long Arm of the State,” June 23, 2011

NPR Morning Edition, “US Companies Target Chinese Consumers,” June 16, 2011

CNBC, China, US Debt: A New Relationship,” June 7, 2011

CNBC, “US/China Delegates Convene,” May 9, 2011

Reuters Special Report, “Can China’s Billions Spur the Next Big Idea?” May 5, 2011

Knowledge@Wharton, “Beating the Black Market Blues,” April 8, 2011

Los Angeles Times, “Wary of Unrest, China Cracks Down on Dissent,” April 2, 2011

CNBC, “Collateral Damage,” March 16, 2011

Fortune, “Lost in Translation? Pitfalls of Naming Your Company in Asia,” February 23, 2011

NPR’s Marketplace, “Colonel Sanders More Profitable in China than the US,” February 22, 2011, James McGregor interviewed

CNBC, “Protests in China,” February 21, 2011, James McGregor interviewed

Bloomberg News, “From China, A New Republican Voice,” February 3, 2011, James McGregor quoted

The Wall Street Journal, “US Firms, China are Locked in a War Over Technology,” February 2, 2011, James McGregor interviewed, featured in video

Bloomberg News, “McDonald’s No Match for KFC in China as Colonel Rules Fast Food,” January 26, 2011, James McGregor quoted

CNBC’s Squawk Box, “China Wary of US Stability?” January 19, 2011, James McGregor interviewed

Fortune, “In US-China Talks Who Has the Upper Hand?” January 17, 2011, includes excerpts from McGregor’s Indigenous Innovation report

Reuters, “Piracy Moves Up Value Chain Despite China Crackdowns,” December 8, 2010, James McGregor quoted

CNBC, “China: An Economic Cold War?” November 22, 2010, Squawk Box interview

CNBC, “People’s Republic of Capitalism,” November 8, 2010, Squawk Box roundtable featuring James McGregor

CNBC, “China Attempts to Shake Off ‘Copycat’ Status,” November 1, 2010, James McGregor quoted, report referenced

Bloomberg, “Shanghai’s World Expo to Close After Attracting Record 72 Million Visitors,” October 31, 2010, James McGregor quoted

NPR’s Marketplace, “Trademarks Prevent Chinese Contract Bids,” October 27, 2010, James McGregor interviewed

Fortune, “China Cranks Up the Innovation Machine,” October 26, 2010, includes excerpts from James McGregor’s report

CNBC’s Squawk Box, “Where the Yuan is Headed,” October 26, 2010, James McGregor interviewed

Financial Times, “State Capitalism: China’s ‘Market-Leninism’ Has Yet to Face Biggest Test,” September 13, 2010, James McGregor quoted

The Wall Street Journal, “Japan as Number Three,” August 17, 2010, James McGregor’s report referenced

Computerworld, “China’s tech policies may lead to trade disputes, report warns,” July 28, 2010, James McGregor’s report referenced

China Digital Times, “China’s Drive for ‘Indigenous Innovation’ – A Web of Industrial Policies,” July 28, 2010, covers James McGregor’s report

The Wall Street Journal, “China Fuels Trade Tension With Policies, Report Says,” July 27, 2010, covers James McGregor’s AmCham report on Indigenous Innovation

The New York Times, “Q&A: Doing Business in China,” June 17, 2010, James McGregor interviewed

Financial Times, “Renminbi Truce Creaks as Other Groans Arise,” May 20, 2010, James McGregor’s Washington Post editorial is cited

Atlantic Monthly, “5 Best Wednesday Columns,” May 20, 2010, James McGregor’s Washington Post op-ed selected as one of the day’s best

Washington Post, “Time to Re-think US China Trade Relations” by James McGregor, May 19, 2010

South China Morning Post, “Hurdles get Higher for Foreign Firms,” May 16, 2010, James McGregor quoted

The Associated Press, “US, Europe Look to China for Clean Energy Sales,” May 16, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Atlantic Council, “Seeking a Path Forward for US-China Trade and Investment,” May 4, 2010, James McGregor moderates first annual AmCham-China-Atlantic Council conference in Washington, DC

Bloomberg, Expo May be Economic Winner Over Olympics,” May 4, 2010, James McGregor quoted

The Associated Press, Shanghai Giant Opportunity for Big Business,” May 2, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Beijing City Weekend, “One Billion Ties,” May 2010, James McGregor profiled

Time Magazine, “Lenovo’s Legend Returns,” May 2010, James McGregor quoted

Harvard Business Review, “Is it too Late to Enter China?” April 2010, James McGregor cited

China Daily, “Market of One Billion Becomes a Reality,” April 26, 2010, Article about James McGregor

Toronto Star, “Once Richest Man in China, Huang Guangyu Goes on Trial,” April 22, 2010, James McGregor quoted

“Business Week, “China: Closing for Business,” April 2010, James McGregor quoted

Los Angeles Times, “With Google Censorship China is Tough – on the Outside,” March 26, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Agence France-Presse, “Foreign Firms Ponder China Future,” March 25, 2010, James McGregor quoted

CNBC’s Squawk Box, “Doing Business in China,” March 25, 2010, James McGregor interviewed

Marketwatch, “Google’s Other China Business Little Affected by Search Exit,” March 23, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Bloomberg UTV, “Rating the Yuan,” March 22, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Business Week, “China Rules Hurt U.S. Companies as Google Exit Looms,” March 22, 2010, James McGregor quoted

NPR Marketplace, “Rio Tinto, China Collaborate on Iron Ore,” March 19, 2010, James McGregor interviewed

Voice of America, “Chinese Media Say Google to Leave China Next Month,” March 19, 2010, James McGregor interviewed

Harvard Business Review, “The Globe: Is It Too Late to Enter China?”, April 2010, James McGregor quoted

CNN iReport, “American Manufacturers Are Being “Sucker-Punched” By China,” March 17, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Bloomberg Television, James McGregor interviewed by Scarlet Fu, March 15, 2010

Bloomberg Television, “China Holds Off on Property Tax as Tool to Cool Market,” March 15, 2010, James McGregor interviewed

The Washington Post, “Newly Powerful China Defies Western Nations with Remarks, Policies,” March 15, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Business Week, “China’s Wen Rebuffs U.S. Calls for Stronger Currency,” March 14, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Bloomberg Television, “APCO’s McGregor Interview on China Economy, Politics,” March 4, 2010

Bloomberg Television, “China’s Wen Blocked by Politics from Fixing Economy,” March 4, 2010, James McGregor interviewed

Los Angeles Times, “China Won’t Bow Down,” February 16, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Toronto Star, “Beijing Plays Hardball with Washington,” February 6, 2010, James McGregor quoted

CNN, “Analysis: Tibet, Taiwan, Google Sour U.S.-China Ties,” February 3, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Time Magazine, “The China Fix,” by James McGregor, February 1, 2010

The New York Times, “As China Rises, Conflict with West Rises Too,” January 26, 2010, James McGregor quoted

USA Today, “Google Clash Highlights How China Does Business,” January 26, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Reuters, “Google Denies Leaving China, Seeks Negotiations,” January 17, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Associated Press, “China Faces Tough Challenge Over Google Dispute,” January 15, 2010, James McGregor quoted

The New York Times, “Google Is Not Alone in Discontent, but Its Threat to Leave Stands Out,” January 13, 2010, James McGregor quoted

Bloomberg Television, “McGregor Expects Google Will Have to Exit Chinese Market,” January 13, 2010, James McGregor interviewed

The Wall Street Journal, “Google’s China Threat Upends Business Norms,” January 13, 2010, James McGregor quoted

The Washington Post, “Google threatens to leave China after attacks on activists’ e-mail,” January 13, 2010, James McGregor quoted

The Atlantic Online, “Prosperity and Population,” January 8, 2010, James McGregor cited

The Atlantic, “How America Can Rise Again,” January/Feburary 2010, James McGregor quoted

Toronto Star, “China’s public enemy No. 1 built a cartel, beat the system and moved to Canada,” November 29. 2009, James McGregor quoted

The New Yorker, “Top Five Books on China Prospectors,” November 24, 2009, “One Billion Customers” recommended

Bloomberg Television, “McGregor Sees No U.S. China Accords During Obama Visit,” November 19, 2010, James McGregor interviewed

NPR, “While the U.S. Economy Struggles, China’s Rises,” November 16, 2009, James McGregor Interviewed

Time Magazine, “Five Things the U.S. and China Actually Agree on,” November 16, 2009, James McGregor quoted

Time Magazine, “Five Things the U.S. and China Still Disagree on,” November 16, 2009, James McGregor quoted

Ghana Business News, “Five Things America can Learn from China,” November 16, 2009, James McGregor quoted

Bloomberg Television, “McGregor Sees iPhone Taking Long Time to Gain in China,” November 2, 2009, James McGregor interviewed

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