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    Book Review: China’s Superbank: Debt, Oil and Influence – How CDB is Rewriting the Rules of Finance

    Most of the prevailing wisdom about China declares that its economic success is due to a combination of government policy and foreign direct investment. This book, China’s Superbank:Debt Oil and Influence – How China Development Bank is Rewriting the Rules of Finance, goes quite a bit further in lifting the fog behind China’s success first domestically, and now, internationally.

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    Book Review: China Fast Forward

    Bill Dodson’s China Fast Forward takes a close look at China economic and political landscape as it faces the challenges of the next decade.

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    The Trouble With China’s Official Urbanization Rate

    China’s urbanization rate is not nearly as high as officially claimed.

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    Has China Embraced An Outdated Version of Corporate Capitalism?

    China’s government has limited the growth of its private business sector by not making capital readily available. It is time to change this policy and actively help it to grow.

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    China: Which Century Are You Building For?

    @GregoryLent on Twitter just pointed me to this article, A User’s Guide to 21st Century Economics, by Umair Haque which I recommend highly. After reading this article, some questions which came to mind: Chinese companies traditionally have not been good at adding value. How well can they adjust to the new 21st century economic situation? [...]

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    If The US Economy Goes Down, So Does China’s

    In the past few days, Henry Paulson has come up with his US$700B proposal to save the major lending institutions which made bad decisions re CDOs, with all the bad loans being covered by the US taxpayer. This is happening at a time when the US middle class is under unprecedented pressure already. Over the [...]

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    And Now For Some Tech Talk Of the Apple Kind

    If you are interested in the kinds of social networking applications Chinese are now using today, David Feng offers some ground-level observations in this article. I’m a great fan of first hand research and observations and David offers some excellent observations. Maybe it’s been a reaction to some of media coverage of everything which has [...]

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    China’s Biggest Challenge for Developing the West

    The Chinese government has done much to encourage the development of China’s west, particularly Sichuan province, which is the home to some 100 million people, making it larger in population than any single western European country, including Britain, France and even Germany. From a business and consumers’ point of view, the region holds tremendous promise. [...]

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    Asking the Right Questions Before Diving In

    A good way to find out how sharp a person is to listen carefully to the questions they ask. Smart people ask very sharp questions which cut right to the core of an issue, while less astute individuals kind of dance around the edges. Smart entrepreneurs ask the sharpest questions because often the success of [...]

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    Not Changing Fast Enough (Part I)

    This week’s Economist has a lead article and section on “The New Colonialists” which covers China’s expansion and search for natural resources on a global scale. For many Chinese, being equated with colonialism is a bad thing, because Chinese have historically seen themselves as victims of colonialism, having had Hong Kong taken away by the [...]

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