MAY 2000 VOLUME 21 NUMBER 5


SEWING UP THE CHINESE MARKET

Big Business Looks to Sew Up the Chinese Market

FEATURE

The Corporate PNTR Lobby:
How Big Business is Paying Millions to Gain Billions in China

Ian Urbina
The Joys of PNTR
According to the Fortune 500

Charlie Cray
The Marlboro Man
Rides To China

Robert Weissman

Wall Street Singes the Dragon
PetroChina's Failed IPO

Braden Penhoet

The Effect of WTO Entry on the Chinese Rural Sector
Robert Weil

Puppets, Protesters and Police:
April 16 Mobilization Builds Momentum
Against the IMF and World Bank

Robert Weissman

 
DEPARTMENTS

Behind the Lines

Editorial
The Case Against China PNTR
 
The Front
Ford's Smokescreen

The Lawrence Summers Memorial Award

Interviews
Chinese Rights, U.S. Wrongs
Interviews with Wei Jingsheng and Alice Kwan

Names in the News

Resources

Cover photo:
A woman assembles sewing machines in a Singer Corp. joint venture factory, in Shanghai, China
© Dan Habib/Impact Visuals