How China Will Change Your Business

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  1. Dann Ryan commented on Jul 28

    They did link to the various sections in the original article, but it seems he copied the code rather than the text, and therefore is left with anchor tags that don’t exist on his page…

    Still a good read none the less, nothing that really floored me.

  2. royce commented on Jul 28

    Kind of wonder when some of these forces will lead to unionism and political reforms. At some point the workers are going to want more than they’re getting.

  3. anne commented on Jul 28

    Follow the Chinese in the arts alone and you will understand the astonishing dynamism.

  4. Lord commented on Jul 28

    Quite a marriage but a divorce would get ugly quickly and the national security implications are not too pleasant.

  5. marku commented on Jul 28

    I remember an ariticle in the FT (Martin Wolf, perhaps?) comparing China’s growth to other Tigers like Korea and Japan, and finding China’s to be considreably less. The question he poses at the end of the article is why China hasn’t done better.

    I think the reason China’s growth has atttracted so much attention is that they are so damned big that when they grow, they change the world.

  6. Mr Burns commented on Jul 29

    Yes, there’s nothing new there, but this juggernaut is not stopping for anyone. We’ll see if they suffer the same fates as all the Chinese dynasties that existed previously.

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