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U.S. vs China: Superpower Showdown

U.S. vs China: Superpower Showdown | BUSS 4 China Pre-Release Revision | Scoop.it
Take a look at how the world's two greatest superpowers stack up.

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China v the US: how the superpowers compare

China v the US: how the superpowers compare | BUSS 4 China Pre-Release Revision | Scoop.it
As Barack Obama prepares for the 'no-necktie summit' with the Chinese leader Xi Jinping in California, we decided to look at the two superpowers and compare data such as health, wealth and environmental development – an inherently tricky task given the countries' markedly different systems. Can it be done? Join the debate here

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China to build the world's largest underground system - Telegraph

China to build the world's largest underground system - Telegraph | BUSS 4 China Pre-Release Revision | Scoop.it
After rolling out almost 50,000 miles of expressways and 6,000 miles of high-speed rail lines, China is now turning its attention underground with the most extensive metro project the world has ever seen.

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5 ways China's economic slowdown will ripple across global economy

5 ways China's economic slowdown will ripple across global economy | BUSS 4 China Pre-Release Revision | Scoop.it
BEIJING - The reaction was slow in coming, but financial markets and corporate bosses have been jolted awake to China's relentless growth decline and are scrambling to cope with wrenching changes in global business.
Updated: 2/11/14 7:04 am

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tutor2u's curator insight, February 11, 2014 4:19 PM

Some speculation here (inevitable) but relevant potential points for BUSS4 students. Good essay question would be: To what extent is a slowdown in Chinese economic growth an opportunity or a threat?

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JLR pushes back China plant production to 2015

JLR pushes back China plant production to 2015 | BUSS 4 China Pre-Release Revision | Scoop.it
JLR says production at its Chinese plant will begin next year because of delays getting machinery, equipments

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