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China Affordability Challenge

By John Richardson

THE “gold rush” is over in China”, Fran├žois-Henry Bennahmias, chief executive of Audemars Piguet, a Swiss watch company that is closing six of its 22 stores in China, told the New York Times.

Swiss watch exports to …

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China Economic Policies To Get Tougher

By John Richardson

THERE will, of course, be bright spots in petrochemicals markets as a result of factors independent of China’s new economic direction.

For example, as an aromatics trader points out, there are huge paraxylene (PX) capacity additions in …

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Foxconn And China Demographics

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2012/09/23/foxconn-taiyuan-riot/

 

By John Richardson

THE riots and a strike at Foxconn factories in China point to demographic changes that have major implications for the country’s economy.

China’s one-child policy means that it can no longer depend on a …

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