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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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US, China CO2 Emissions Compared

China’s CO2 emissions are already higher than the US, Canada combined, and are likely to grow even faster.

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How Molycorp Minerals Is A Test Case for US, China

Molycorp Minerals wants to raise more than US$500 million to re-open a rare earths mine in California so that the US will not be completely dependent on China for rare earth imports. Let’s hope they are successful.

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Book Review: Making Globalization Work

Although Joseph Stiglitz’s book Making Globalization Work came out more than a year ago, I did not read the book until the past week. However, the book is so important that I must write about it for my readers. For many people, globalization is a fairly black and white issue: either you are for it [...]

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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 II)

If there has been a major problem with the Chinese leadership, it has been its slowness to recognize that the old way of industrialization simply does not work with a population as vast as China’s. Western Europe, then later America and Japan were able to get away with industrialization because they had smaller populations and [...]

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China’s Cities: Coming Out At The Wrong End of History?

Several days ago I attended Urbancamp Beijing, hosted by Orange Labs in Beijing. The purpose of the event was to explore how cities of the not-too-distant future will look like; the theme was the Chinese City 2.0. Because China is growing so rapidly in this area, it has become a sociologist’s paradise for study. Neville [...]

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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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Are Chinese Corporate Earnings Inflated?

In an article for the Oct. 29 issue of Caijing, writer Xu Shanda (许善达) claims that Chinese corporate earnings are inflated. In the Chinese language article, Xu claims that there is an earnings bubble. The article summary says this (my translation): The government should no longer listen to Chinese enterprises’ requests to turn their costs [...]

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