The current world order is grossly unfair ... historians of an enlightened future may come back to view our times as the dark ages ... when humans remain bonded to and oppressed by the hegemony and ideology "markets," "rule of law," "freedom" and "democracy". The pure hypocrisy of the world is never ending. And here is just one other small case study... China is often … [Read more...] about U.S. Complains of Current Account Deficit and China Appetite for Western Technologies – A Self Inflicted Wound?
I thought this was a very accurate characterization by Orville Schell via an op-ed on China Daily of the "dysfunctional" investment relationship between China and the U.S. at the moment. My interpretation? On one hand, China welcomes investment with open arms; think Intel, GM, Caterpillar, and even Google investing in China. That creates tons of jobs in China. American … [Read more...] about Orville Schell on China Daily, “Challenges investors face in US, EU”
Stan Abrams over at China Hearsay has a good article out today, "U.S. Practices the Art of Zen Protectionism on Huawei." (If you follow Huawei, you will know that it is one of the most innovative companies in China, and it has made substantial inroads around the world for its reliable and cost-effective telecom equipment. Actually, if you talk to some Cisco engineers … [Read more...] about U.S. Protectionism against Huawei and why that was a good thing [for Huawei]