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Sober Look: China can't break dependence on the US, as America ...

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China's dependence on exports to the US has largely become entrenched in the past decade, as the US rapidly shifted its Asian import portfolio from being dominated by Japan to largely concentrated in China.
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Mexican Unions Say No to "Free Trade" Expansion Through the TPP

Mexican Unions Say No to "Free Trade" Expansion Through the TPP | AISIA EN MÉXICO | Scoop.it
Above: Celeste Drake (AFL-CIO) and Melinda St. Louis (GTW) pose with representatives from Mexican unions and civil society organizations at a seminar on the dangers of the TPP in Mexico City, Mexico. Last week, Mexico and ...
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Business opportunities in China: Baidu.com

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9.10am Talks Yingying Zhang (MBA 00, PhD 08), Professor at CUNEF , member of the ESADE Alumni Global Business Club and co-author of the book "No más cuentos chinos" Johnny Zhu, General Manager of Charm Click ...
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CBM Asia Provides 2012 Recap | Comercio en México

CBM Asia acquired material positions in key coalbed methane (CBM) basins in Indonesia, which the Company considers to be in the final stages of Indonesia's CBM industry land grab. Our gross acreage holdings increased to 2.45 million ...
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Chinese In Mexico

Chinese success may have led to resentment in the past, but today children of Chinese immigrants embrace both their family history and the life ...youtube.com
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John Jung's curator insight, June 29, 2013 12:10 AM

In the late 19th and early 20th century Chinese in Mexico faced racism that was as strong, if not more so, than those suffered in the U. S. or Canada. Over 300 died in a  massacre at Torreon in 1911.  Resentment of the Chinese economic success led to their expulson from the country in 1931. 

 

Two excellent recent scholarly books document the vital contribution of Chinese to the economy of Sonora in northern Mexico near the U. S. border in the late 19th century and their subsequent repatriation to China in 1930s.

 

Robert Chao Romero (2010)  The Chinese in Mexico 1882-1940.

Grace Pena Delgardo (2012)  Making the Chinese Mexican.