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Trade - Editor, 12 may 2008

How You Can Piece the New China Puzzle Together



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China is in flux. That is not unusual for any country. However, the world is divided on the dynamics of China. Some rub their hands in glee. They use the dam on the Yangtze to forecast doom. The 2008 Olympics is abused even by self-appointed leaders of the spirit. Sub-prime votaries say that China will also suffer from the recession in the United States.

China is inscrutable in its response. The national ethos is not in to public displays of outrage. The country remains steadfast on its deliberate path of inclusive progress for all its willing citizens. GDP growth may slow down in 2008 compared to 2007. It will still be geometrically higher than any growth to which the present generation of the western world can ever aspire. Do you want to do business and trade with China?

China is one of the few remaining oases of vibrant economics in the financial desert of 2008. Read more about this at one of our sister web sites: New Kids on the Stock Market Block

Not everyone succeeds in doing business and trade with China. It is an ancient civilization, with a distinct culture. It also follows communist principles, with socialist objectives of governance. You could lose your way if you are an aficionado of the American paradigm. Stay with this web site for weekly inputs on how to do business and trade with China. We aim for an interactive format. Do please write in with your questions and experiences.

Here is a starting tip for this week. Young people dominate the demographics of China. They love the Internet. They are ambitious, knowledgeable, and demand top value. They love their country and believe in its purpose. They will soon be richer than us if not so already. Cultivate bonds with the youth of China for lifetimes of business and trade benefits. It takes time to fathom the young mind of China. The evolving picture in your mind will make the efforts worth your while.

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