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    Has China Embraced An Outdated Version of Corporate Capitalism?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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    China: Last Man Standing?

    On this blog, I have been a frequent critic of the view that China is a threat to the rest of the world as a rising superpower. Most of the time, these critics have a clear agenda to sell with regard to fear of China, or are journalists who have very little understanding of China. [...]

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    Chinese Economy: Early Signs of Rapid Deceleration

    Some signs point to a rapid deceleration of the Chinese economy: Politburo to convene urgent economic meeting Chinese Domestic Olympic Travel Falls Lower Than Expectations Unsold inventories climbing Shanghai Vanke first to lower real estate prices in Shanghai (in Chinese) The whole idea of an urgent politburo meeting just three weeks before the Beijing Olympics [...]

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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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    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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    Another Way To Develop Global Chinese Brands: Buy Google, Apple

    Over the past few years, one subject has dominated Chinese thinking on the government and enterprise levels: how to take Chinese brands global. During the runup to the Beijing Olympics in 2008, and then the Shanghai Expo in 2010, this subject will become even more popular, as China’s economic power grows and the US’s economic [...]

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    Is Faster American Decline A Good Thing…For America?

    Rebecca McKinnon has a very interesting post at her blog “Thomas Friedman gets the middle finger in the Middle Kingdom”, which was part of her coverage of the World Economic Forum at Dalian. During a panel, Thomas Friedman, author of The World is Flat, accused China of being a “free-loader” while the US carried the [...]

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    Getting Past The “China Market” Hype

    If there is one thing which never ceases to amaze me, it’s the sheer number of overseas investors seeking entry to China, who have a hard time seeing past the most basic facts and figures about the size of the Chinese market. Most of these firms are American, which are, generally speaking, more addicted to [...]

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    China Sets US Interest Rates Now, Not the Fed

    This is the opinion of Paul Craig Roberts, who previous served as Assistant Secretary of Treasury during the Reagan administration, and is often quoted as the “father of Reaganomics”. (You can read the Wikipedia entry about him here.) Recently there has been discussion about China’s threat to use the “nuclear option”, or and basically destroying [...]

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