In the “Latin America Advisor,” RWR’s Ricardo Barrios Comments on the Region’s Response to China’s Human Rights Abuses

RWR Senior Ana­lyst Ricar­do Bar­rios pro­vid­ed his take in the July 29 edi­tion of the Latin Amer­i­ca Advi­sor, a dai­ly pub­li­ca­tion of The Dia­logue. The pub­li­ca­tion col­lect­ed points of view in response to the ques­tion, “Will Latin Amer­i­ca Turn Against Chi­na Over Human Rights.”

Yomiuri Shimbun: RWR CEO Robinson Addresses Increased Attention to Chinese Companies Present in U.S. Capital Markets

The Yomiuri Shimbun addressed the increased scrutiny that is being applied to Chinese companies present in the U.S. capital markets in a detailed piece on the subject that drew commentary from RWR CEO, Roger Robinson. Mr. Robinson noted, "More than 10 Chinese companies out of 20 companies that DOD identified as ones related with Chinese military have a significant presence in the U.S. capital market. U.S. investors have been unconsciously ...

Reuters: RWR CEO Roger Robinson Comments on New Legislation Targeting Capital Markets Exposure of PLA Affiliated Companies

On July 1, Reuters reported on upcoming legislation from Sen. Marco Rubio that would target the U.S. capital markets footprints of Chinese companies that the Pentagon has identified as being "owned or controlled" by the Chinese military. RWR CEO Roger W. Robinson, Jr. noted that "The list of PLA-affiliated Chinese enterprises released by the Pentagon is symptomatic of the broader challenge represented by Chinese companies in our capital ...