Category Archives: China Economy

How U.S. Companies Decide Where To Locate Their Chinese Factories 译言网原文

A good list of factors for firms to consider where to do FDI: cheap labor is just one of them. Others include consumer market size, infrastructure, other investment, safety, economy of scale… But according to surveys of almost 1,800 U.S. … Continue reading

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The New Power of the Global Middle Class – Steve Clemons – International – The Atlantic 译言网原文

Good point! Could not agree with it more! Absolute number of people barely matters, or matters more for developed economies to keep going, like Japan. But for emerging countries the structure of population or distribution of wealth matters more. George … Continue reading

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China unlikely to impose ‘big bang’ reforms – FT中文网

This is a good news for the most part! Introducing foreign investors into stock market could be the smartest move, as they act as a buffer zone for a bunch of opportunists and short sight investors. Foreigners seeking intrinsic values … Continue reading

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Three Big Myths About China – Forbes

Mostly correct! This guy lives in China and knows his stuff. In addition to productivity, Chinese are perhaps more motivated for fortune than any other nations combined. This drives up productivity and willingness to take any orders from overseas. Myth … Continue reading

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Eco Friendly Living Tips from Green House – USATODAY.com

Sad figures! China is incapable of balanced growth as it stands now. Hope things change to the better! Although China has made substantial progress in reducing its air pollution, MIT researchers say its economic impact has jumped from $22 billion … Continue reading

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Beware the ‘gush-up gospel’ enriching India’s billionaires – FT中文网

Shocking concentration of fortune in a country. This one probably is unique in India. China has more family based competition so it is hard to see a high concentration: another family is waiting in the wing to take over. India’s … Continue reading

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The 10 Biggest Problems With Doing Business In China

It helps to remember that China and US are the two most unique countries in the world but toward opposite directions. Hardware and tangible stuff aside, in all “soft” aspects China is a laggard behind anyone else, including Thailand. Asians … Continue reading

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