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Rising Wages in China: Causes and Consequences

Rising Wages in China: Causes and Consequences | Business in China | Scoop.it
Wages are rising fast in China – many economists believe that China has hit a stage in its development at which demand for labour starts to grow faster than supply, creating labour shortages and pushing up the price of labour (something economists...

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Rising Costs and a Stronger Currency Hit China’s Manufacturing Competitiveness

A terrific article here from the FT which highlights the effect of rising wages and a strong currency on manufacturers in China.

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China’s economic model can only last so long

China’s economic model can only last so long | Business in China | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON – It's only a few years since China was widely regarded as an unstoppable economi ... (China's economic model can only last so long - ABQ Journal: the Diplomat

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It's All Politics: The Forgotten Dimension Of China's Economic Reforms

It's All Politics: The Forgotten Dimension Of China's Economic Reforms | Business in China | Scoop.it
This is a guest post by Ana Swanson, a freelance writer and a researcher at the think tank New America Foundation in Washington, D.C.
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Robert J. Samuelson commentary: China's economy can't go on like this

Robert J. Samuelson commentary: China's economy can't go on like this | Business in China | Scoop.it
It’s only a few years since China was widely regarded as an unstoppable economic colossus. For three decades, its economy grew about 10 percent annually; China seemed to be gliding through the global economic storm.
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Is China's Shanghai Tower the world's greenest super skyscraper? - Financial Times

Is China's Shanghai Tower the world's greenest super skyscraper? - Financial Times | Business in China | Scoop.it
Is China's Shanghai Tower the world's greenest super skyscraper?

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China's Bold Reforms Are Bad News For Markets - Forbes

China's Bold Reforms Are Bad News For Markets - Forbes | Business in China | Scoop.it
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China has unveiled its most sweeping reform agenda in more than 30 years, after a meeting of key Communist Party leaders in Beijing last week.
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Sony CEO says company working on selling PlayStations in China

Sony CEO says company working on selling PlayStations in China | Business in China | Scoop.it
Speaking at a Sony (NYSE:SNE) conference in Shanghai yesterday, CEO Kazuo Hirai said that Sony is working on bringing its game console business to China. That could result in the PlayStation being sold legally in China for the first time ever.

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China's e-commerce love affair breaks records on Single's day - CNBC.com

China's e-commerce love affair breaks records on Single's day - CNBC.com | Business in China | Scoop.it
New York Times China's e-commerce love affair breaks records on Single's day CNBC.com Monday in China was Single's day, a day that e-commerce companies have turned into the world's biggest day for online shopping by offering a steady stream of...
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China Is Mad About Latte Prices, But Starbucks Won't Budge

China Is Mad About Latte Prices, But Starbucks Won't Budge | Business in China | Scoop.it
The furore over Starbucks prices is the latest in a series of setbacks for foreign firms in China. The difference this time has been in how the chain has reacted to the criticism.

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Challenges to China's Sustainable Growth and Implications to Investors - Forbes

Challenges to China's Sustainable Growth and Implications to Investors - Forbes | Business in China | Scoop.it
Challenges to China's Sustainable Growth and Implications to Investors Forbes When foreigners visit China, they are often impressed by the country's spectacular hardware: the modern architecture of the coastal areas, the fancy international hotels...
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Author: In China, 'everyone is guilty of corruption'

Author: In China, 'everyone is guilty of corruption' | Business in China | Scoop.it
Another "tiger" has been caught.Last week, Ji Jianye, the mayor of my hometown Nanjing, a major city in eastern China, was arrested on suspicion of accepting bribes worth about 20 million yuan ($3.3 million)...

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China stocks sink after major banks write off debt - CNBC.com

China stocks sink after major banks write off debt - CNBC.com | Business in China | Scoop.it
Chinese equities hit two-week lows on Wednesday after reports emerged that top Chinese lenders, including Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), wrote off about $3.7 billion in bad debt for the first six months of ...
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What took China ahead of India and what keeps it ahead - Business Today

What took China ahead of India and what keeps it ahead - Business Today | Business in China | Scoop.it
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China’s Economy - Addicted to Debt?

Much of China's recent economic growth has been financed by debt, particularly bank loans. When the global economic slowdown bit, China responded with a massive programme of infrastructure investment that was funded through debt.

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China chasing US lead in 3-D printing - USA TODAY

China chasing US lead in 3-D printing - USA TODAY | Business in China | Scoop.it
China chasing US lead in 3-D printing
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SHANGHAI — Manufacturers hoping to use 3-D printing technology to slash labor costs and bring some production back to the U.S.
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Why China's financial markets are inefficient

Why China's financial markets are inefficient | Business in China | Scoop.it
Good economic and financial information is available to investors in China but a sensible investor can’t compete with government intervention and market manipulation. Even Warren Buffett would be a speculator in China.
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Richard Liu's Secret To China Deal Success In 0-1, 1-10, 10-100 Steps - Forbes

Richard Liu's Secret To China Deal Success In 0-1, 1-10, 10-100 Steps - Forbes | Business in China | Scoop.it
Richard Liu's Secret To China Deal Success In 0-1, 1-10, 10-100 Steps Forbes He's got some of the best returns in the roller-coaster China venture market from betting on potentially disruptive technologies that could generate home run investment...
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Futuristic cars aim to capture more of US, China markets - The Japan News

Futuristic cars aim to capture more of US, China markets - The Japan News | Business in China | Scoop.it
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Walmart looks to acquisition in China for Asia expansion

Walmart looks to acquisition in China for Asia expansion | Business in China | Scoop.it
Walmart looks to acquisition in China for Asia expansion news 07 October 2013 US retailer Walmart is considering acquisitions in China after the global supplier's sourcing practices came under increasing scrutiny after safety problems emerged at...
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China’s biggest online video sites form alliance against piracy, collectively sue Baidu for $49 million

China’s biggest online video sites form alliance against piracy, collectively sue Baidu for $49 million | Business in China | Scoop.it
This afternoon, more than a dozen of China’s biggest online video providers including Youku (NYSE:YOKU), LeTV (SHE:300104), Sohu (NASDAQ:SOHU), and Tencent (HKG:0700) gathered in Beijing to announce, in the most extravagant way possible, that they...

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China's Alibaba records $5.78 billion in online sales for its 11.11 Shopping Festival

China's Alibaba records $5.78 billion in online sales for its 11.11 Shopping Festival | Business in China | Scoop.it
China's Alibaba recorded $5.78 billion in online sales for its 11.11 Shopping Festival, topping last year's mark of $3.1 billion after only half a day. (Alibaba records $5.78 billion in sales on 11.11 shopping day in China, smashing last year's mark.
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Huawei linked to China deal - Sydney Morning Herald

Huawei linked to China deal - Sydney Morning Herald | Business in China | Scoop.it

BusinessDay.com.au Huawei linked to China deal Sydney Morning Herald The former attorney-general, Mark Dreyfus, has warned the new government not to compromise national security for trade, as it pushes ahead with a review of the ban on Huawei's...


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China's Coming Economic Slowdown - Wall Street Journal

China's Coming Economic Slowdown - Wall Street Journal | Business in China | Scoop.it
Wall Street Journal China's Coming Economic Slowdown Wall Street Journal Now the spectacular rise of China and the crises of the democratic economies—bubbles and busts, overspending and astronomical debt—have disinterred what seemed safely buried...
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2 Things Starbucks Shouldn't Take For Granted In China - Forbes

2 Things Starbucks Shouldn't Take For Granted In China - Forbes | Business in China | Scoop.it
Chicago Tribune 2 Things Starbucks Shouldn't Take For Granted In China Forbes Starbucks Starbucks can take many things for granted in China: A large population, fast economic growth, rising incomes, and a strong appetite for American brands,...
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