Chinese Checkers

Ferguson, Tim
July 2010
Forbes Asia;Jul2010, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p5
The article presents the author's comments on the economic growth in China and its impact on the country as a whole. The author believes that inward and outward investment flows remain good for China, and the improved integration with Taiwan is a potential victory on both sides of the strait. The author comments on the increasing number of briberies in China compared to other Asian countries. The decline in prime Chinese property values brought down the cost of living, says the author.


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