Monthly Archives: April 2014

China: Currency Wars & Liberalization

China is best studied geographically as an island cut off from the world, its geography constitutes a political, social challenge as Beijing begins its own tapering in hope of liberalizing central banking to the effect of moving its domestic economy … Continue reading

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Beijing: The Challenge of Managing New Growth Cycles

The ‘boys’ in Beijing are about to undertake a grand initiative, they know that cheap manufacturing in their Southern Hemisphere cannot go on forever.  They also know that  to really compete they must transform their entire political economy away from … Continue reading

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