Well, Welcoming Rich Chinese Immigrants Is Just Unthinkable, Right?
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Scott Walker Backed EB-5 Visas for Rich Chinese Immigrants | The Daily Caller As governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker was a supporter of a company that helps wealthy Chinese citizens immigrate to the the United States. This revelation stands in contrast to his recent … Continue reading

No, I Don’t Think China Is Going to Collapse
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For My Conservative Friends Who Predicted the Collapse of China… | Spengler China is not going to blow up politically. Its financial system isn’t going to collapse. China just scored the biggest diplomatic success in its history by persuading nearly … Continue reading

China Housing Market Go Boom?
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Record Fall In Property Prices Brings More Bad News For China’s Slumping Real Estate Market SHANGHAI — Property prices fell again in most major Chinese cities in February, amid continuing anxiety about the state of the country’s real estate sector. … Continue reading

Tooting The Horn
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Why The Twenty-First Will Not Be The Chinese Century To favor exporters with vast political ties, who employ countless millions and thus reduce social unrest, China has kept the yuan pegged to the dollar by expanding the monetary base, which … Continue reading

You’re Either Moving Forward, Or You’re Falling Behind
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Top Admiral: China Outguns US Under the Waves – The American Interest Naval Strategy Top Admiral: China Outguns US Under the Waves While testifying before the House Armed Services Committee’s seapower subcommittee, a top U.S. Navy admiral said that China’s … Continue reading

Shocker! Huge Chinese Companies Have “Global Ambitions”
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Alibaba enters US cloud market, signaling global ambitions | PCWorld Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is making a push into the U.S. cloud computing market, where it’s expected to run into competition from Amazon.com, Google and Microsoft. Alibaba subsidiary Aliyun … Continue reading

Downward Pressure on Chinese Employment? Could Be Problematical….
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Foxconn expects robots to take over more factory work | PCWorld The electronics industry may still be reliant on human workers to assemble products, but Apple supplier Foxconn Technology Group is hopeful that robots will take over more of the … Continue reading