China targets the Achilles' heel of Capitalism

Pinto, Jim
April 2008
InTech;Apr2008, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p82
The author addresses the pre-eminence of China in worldwide manufacturing. He considers the growing manufacturing sector in China. He claims that the main objectives of Chinese manufacturers are rapid local employment and long-term global market share. He emphasizes the need to encourage entrepreneurship and talent.


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