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GE’s Jeff Immelt Surprised That Chinese Interests Are Different

In a recent statement, GE’s CEO Jeff Immelt expressed surprise and dismay that the Chinese government and business interests are pursuing moves that will seemingly make the Chinese market less friendly and accessible to western companies. Then, he went one step further, accusing the Chinese of the attempted “colonization” of other countries. Shortly after making [...]

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Small Things Which Say A Lot

For a long time, I have been telling my friends that China is not going to use its foreign exchange reserves to bail out the US and the rest of the world. Aside from the fact that China does not feel like a superpower, it is becoming apparent with each passing day that China has [...]

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When Worst-Case Scenarios Become Best-Case Scenarios

Environmental experts paint a bleak picture of the future when the subject comes to global warming. Now, it turns out because of the rapid increase in energy needs in China, what were originally worst-case scenarios for global warming will now, almost surely, turn into best-case scenarios. This is because many of the decisions for new [...]

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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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China: Environmental and Healthcare Superpower?

Sure, today it sounds like some kind of a joke. But there are early signs that this may indeed be the case. After all, these are two huge issues which are, shall we say, pretty serious matters in China today? Yet there are early signs that point to China, or Chinese companies, possibly being able [...]

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