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China's Epoch of Great Change-Exciting New Opportunities for Western Business

Western companies could miss the Chinese boat again – this was my message in the Boao Review – Asia’s Davos.

We are about to enter a great era of the opening up of China and Asia. 20 more words

China Growth

Wembley Stadium- The new 51st State?

Affectionately known as the “Greatest show on turf”, earlier this year we looked at the power of ads at Superbowl VXIII, arguably the biggest live event in the world and a sport that is growing in popularity all the time, particularly in the UK. 465 more words

Marketing

How the Scotts moved from Brooklyn to the United Kingdom with Penbroke Marine Services. 

When Mr. Scotts a decided to move the family from Brooklyn, NY to London he had no idea where to begin.  A friend suggested he call TMC, the Logistics Coordinator, at Penbroke Marine Services. 428 more words

Europe

One Benefit From Shale Oil

From  D. Mark J. Perry – American Enterprise Institute

Environmentalists these days tend to fight against any energy source except solar and wind. The US went from being a major exporter of oil many decades ago to having to import over 60% of our needs in 2005. 89 more words

GDP & Employment

16 Oct 2014 (TheAge, SMH) - China price data stokes global growth fears

(16 Oct 2014, The age, BusinessDay, p29, Michael Koziol)

‘Weak September consumer price data in China and Europe has stoked fears price growth may be slowing longer-term in a sluggish global economy, as low interest rates fail to stir economic activity. 35 more words

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(What's Left of) Our Economy: Global Economy's Leaders Just Won't Take the Hint About China Trade Dangers

The wrap up of this year’s annual IMF-World Bank conference of top international economic and finance officials coming just before the release of China’s latest trade statistics is a gift horse that the globe’s economic policy establishment – including its chattering classes – unfortunately keeps looking in the mouth. 766 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy