New York Times: RWR’s CEO Roger Robinson Reacts to White House Executive Order Banning Investments in PLA-Affiliated Companies

The New York Times covered an Executive Order issued by the White House on November 12 prohibiting U.S. investors from holding stock in companies designated by the U.S. Department of Defense as affiliated with China's People's Liberation Army. In this article by Ana Swanson, RWR's CEO Roger W. Robinson, Jr., who has been working on this topic for years, described it as a "historic first," noting that “This immense new domain of U.S. ...

RWR Data Featured in Financial Times “Big Read” Article on China’s Behavior within International Industrial Standards Setting Bodies

In a "Big Read" feature piece written by James Kynge and Nian Liu of the Financial Times on October 7, RWR data is cited regarding the implementation by Chinese firms of smart and safe city projects around the world. RWR's Chief Operating Officer, Andrew Davenport, is cited offering views related to the risk implications of these activities.

RWR’s Courtney Hulse Comments on Use of Magnitsky Sanctions to Target Chinese Company in Cambodia in South China Morning Post

On September 15, Jacob Fromer of the South China Morning Post reported on new Magnitsky sanctions issued by the U.S. Treasury Department targeting Union Development Group, a Chinese-owned company actively developing Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) projects in Cambodia. The sanctions announcement cited forcible land acquisition and land degradation, and the article highlighted the projects’ benefit to Chinese entities at the expense of ...