The furore over Cambridge University Press and Chinese censorship has brought to the forefront an issue that has been going on under the radar for... Read more
The recent imposition of a new National Security Law in Hong Kong was followed by a crackdown on libraries. There are now signs that it... Read more
The US has halved its tariffs on books made in China to 7.5% as the trade war between the two countries eases.
Publishers with operations in China are curtailing some activities in the country after the coronavirus outbreak.
The Publishers Association says it is closely monitoring the situation after China announced a ban on foreign textbooks in the country’s classrooms.
Planned US tariffs on Chinese products including children’s books have been halted after the two countries reached a preliminary trade agreement.
Bloomsbury is entering China’s domestic market in a joint venture with state-owned China Youth Publishing Group (CYPG) and its subsidiary Roaring Lion Media (RLM).... Read more
Chicken House has signed a special co-operation agreement with China's biggest children's publisher, marking its expansion into the country.
The Bookseller has heard from multiple sources that Chinese publishers are currently having difficulties getting ISBNs to publish books written by US authors, after buying... Read more
UK publishers at the Beijing International Book Fair last week saw typically buoyant rights trading, as the country's book market boom continues in 2019, with double-digit growth... Read more