Running in Place

Ferguson, Tim
November 2007
Forbes Asia;11/12/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 19, p5
The article offers the author's views on the economy of China. The one-party state is said to be a modern abnormality, with peculiar rhythms and rules that separate it from industrial democracy. The author notes that the immense size of the country prevents it from being marginalized. He believes that the national economy will not be affected by the government's intimidation of Tibet and its persecution of Falun Gong.


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