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Magazine articles on politics and society in China and Hong Kong.
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November 8, 2004
Geri Smith
How China Opened My Eyes A trip to China reveals how that country outclasses Mexico in the whole package it offers investors: impressive infrastructure, able managers, an enthusiastic workforce, and -- above all -- spirit. mark for My Articles 445 similar articles
October 25, 2004
Roberts & Balfour
Is China Running Out Of Workers? As farmers stay home, factories in China scramble for employees. It's all putting pressure on wages. mark for My Articles 737 similar articles
October 18, 2004
Pete Engardio
Untying The Yuan Would Get China Out Of A Bind By keeping the undervalued yuan pegged at 8.28 to the U.S. dollar, China is making it impossible for the U.S. to cut its $600 billion balance-of-payments deficit and is forcing other nations to intervene in their currencies. mark for My Articles 835 similar articles
October 11, 2004
Einhorn & Roberts
Now College Grads Can't Find A Job A job shortage for people just out of college or graduate school is a worldwide problem. Until recently the exception, even graduates in China are now facing frustration when they graduate. mark for My Articles 861 similar articles
October 4, 2004
Wheatley et al.
Give Us Your Soy, Your Iron, Your Grain... As China gobbles up commodities from Latin America, it's forging strong financial and diplomatic ties, too. mark for My Articles 818 similar articles
October 4, 2004
Dexter Roberts
How Hu May Rule China It was the most peaceful leadership transition in modern Chinese history as the torch was smoothly passed to President Hu Jintao, a man less inclined to favor the iron fist. mark for My Articles 359 similar articles
September 17, 2004
Roy Mark
USTR Wants More Input on China Piracy United States Trade Representative office says protection of U.S. intellectual property rights is Bush administration's top priority. mark for My Articles 424 similar articles
September 2004
Spencer Reiss
Let a Thousand Reactors Bloom Explosive growth has made the People's Republic of China the most power-hungry nation on earth. Get ready for the mass-produced, meltdown-proof future of nuclear energy. mark for My Articles 304 similar articles
September 1, 2004
Wendy McElroy
China's Missing Women Part of what China faces now are the unintended consequences of a two-decade long attempt to socially engineer the Chinese family. mark for My Articles 132 similar articles
August 11, 2004
Sean Michael Kerner
China Gets a Linux Boost The world's most populous country is set to become another center of gravity for the Linux universe with an Open Source Development Labs office in Beijing. mark for My Articles 1526 similar articles
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