China’s Paradox of Prosperity.

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February 25, 2011 – The Paradox of China’s Prosperity: This short video examines the paradox of China’s seemingly endless growth.  Will it slow down or stop and if so, when?

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2 Responses to China’s Paradox of Prosperity.

  1. chankaiyee2 says:

    Good analysis! However, it is merely from economical point of view. There are still serious problems in China’s political system including the potential emergence of another despot like Mao Zedong and the struggles for democracy like those in the Middle East now. Such struggles may well result in chaos for quite a long time. I prefer a peaceful transition from autocracy to democracy like what has happened in Taiwan, but China has to have a superhero like Chiang Ching-kuo to bring about such a transition.

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