In various technology fields, competing for China's lucrative business means playing by strict house rules that are often stacked in Beijing's favor. Wind power is a good recent example.
With their government-bestowed blessings, Chinese companies have flourished and now control almost half of the $45 billion global market for wind turbines. The biggest of those players are now taking aim at foreign markets, particularly the United States, where General Electric has long been the leader.
Full story from the New York Times