February 24, 2014

How the West Can Steer China's Power

Konrad Yakabuski, Globe and Mail

The Associated Press

In countries where corporate governance and environmental standards are high, such as Canada, Chinese companies will comply. They are eager to learn, and investments in developed countries are helping them become better corporate citizens. But in countries where corruption is high and environmental and labour standards low, don’t expect Chinese involvement to raise the bar.

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