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|Archived Since:||March 8, 2011|
Overbuilding and high prices suggest a major correction is around the corner.
Manufacturers are beginning to abandon the “World’s Factory Floor.”
Growth slows in China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.
Competitive devaluations are now roiling Asia and will spread.
The NFL salivates over the prospect of 1.4 billion Chinese fans.
The Chinese want American money as part of any climate change deal.
A declining workforce will hit the Chinese economy hard.
Beijing’s statisticians have issued an obviously inflated December export number.
The “Warren Buffets of the East” made bad calls in Chinese stocks in 2012.
Prime Minister Abe is going for the short-term fix.
What will support the Chinese economy next year?
Fabricated transactions are distorting Beijing’s closely watched numbers.
Manufacturing is fleeing Chinese shores.
China’s domestic investors don’t like what they’re seeing.
Commercial Aircraft Corporation of, better known as COMAC, announced it had received 50 orders for its C919 passenger jet at the recently concluded Zhuhai air show. GE Capital Aviation Service placed 10 orders—GE is supplying engines and avionics—and the remaining ones came from Chinese carriers Hebei Airlines and Joy Air. This brings total orders [...]
Expect even more backward drift in the Chinese economy.
Analysts hail the Q4 turnaround.
Chinese banks are hiding mountain ranges of bad loans.
Beijing’s capital controls are beginning to fail.
Neither Obama nor Romney gave us context for why the world is so dangerous.