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July 24, 2006

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Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal: What Is China? Brad De Long links to an essay by Robert Reich (which I recall hearing on NPR some weeks ago) where he talks about the nature of China. I remember a conversation with my brother just around the time of T... [Read More]

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[Source: Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal] quoted: Many of China's policies including EPZs, capital controls, the undervalued Yuan, the propping up of US deficits, and now its investment in strategic industries such as petroleum are mercantilist in the... [Read More]

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