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Posted November 2, 2013
The End of Cheap China is an excellent book that engages you int
The End of Cheap China is an excellent book that engages you intellectually, invokes thoughtful questions and expands your interests about the cultural and economic changes of China. It provides fascinating case studies and essential considerations for operating businesses in China. It raises interesting points about the emerging modern Chinese woman, understanding the Chinese government, the fast changing real estate sector, Chinese neo-colonialism in Africa, the challenges of education reform in China and the larger global implications of China’s dynamic evolution as a society.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
This is essential book to read for anyone visiting or conducting business in China. It is an invaluable read for expatriates who have been living and/or working in China for years. Reading The End of Cheap China will cultivate an influential force that transforms, evolves and deepens your ideas about China, leaving you hungry for more information. By reading this book, you will gain an accurate understanding of the economic and cultural changes in modern China and the implications of China’s rise as a superpower and increasing roles in global institutions and world affairs.
Shaun Rein is an inspiring thought-leader in our global society---- and so needed.
Posted November 5, 2011
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