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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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    Book Review: No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers

    “No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers” by James McGregor takes a realistic look at doing business in China in 2012. Highly recommended.

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    Rule of Law: “Nice While It Lasted”

    The US House Intelligence Committee says that Huawei is a threat to US national security, but others beg to differ. In the meantime, China observers show signs of losing patience with the party.

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    Book Review: Designated Drivers, How China Plans to Dominate the Global Auto Industry

    Author Greg Anderson takes an in-depth look at China’s auto industry

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    Networked Authoritarianism in Perspective

    A short time ago, Rebecca MacKinnon wrote an excellent commentary on the Chinese government’s white paper on the Internet. In the government-published white paper, there was effusive praise for the Internet as a tool for social change under terms set by the party. The important thing to understand is that the party will set the [...]

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    How US Investment Banking Excesses Helped China’s State Sector

    When the banking crisis broke in September 2008, the global economy went into shock and nearly collapsed. The Chinese government was widely seen as being the most proactive in reacting to the crisis, injecting more than US$570 billion into the Chinese economy. Because China’s four leading banks are all state-owned, all of this money quickly [...]

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    Understanding Trial Spots

    If there is one thing which most western companies coming into China miss out on is the idea of “trial spots”, or as they are called in Chinese ่ฏ•็‚นใ€‚ So what is it? Basically, it’s a city, place, province or region which is used to try out something experimental which has not been tried before. [...]

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    Why China Won’t Throw A Lifeline To The West

    Image via Wikipedia With all the chaos on world’s markets, it is easy to overlook developments in China. The biggest piece of Chinese domestic news is the decision to give limited rights to land use to China’s farmers. This decision came out of the Third Plenary Session of the 17th Party Congress of the Chinese [...]

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    When Bureaucracy Gets Politicized

    There has been a lot of concern about the tainted milk scandal in China, and with each passing day, the scope of the scandal gets bigger. How did this happen, why was it covered up, and what needs to be done about it? My answer is simple: this is the kind of thing which happens [...]

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    Understanding The Chinese Perspective

    Today I picked up a copy of the October 29 issue of the Chinese language biweekly, Caijing. Caijing is roughly equivalent to The Economist in US and European financial circles, and I like to think of it as the magazine for the thinking Chinese business person. Most western journalists, especially American journalists, when it comes [...]

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