A balanced and very readable account of China’s metamorphosis from Maoism into the workshop of the world. China Shakes the World is an excellent book. Buy China Shakes The World: The Rise of a Hungry Nation: The Rise of the Hungry Nation by James Kynge (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. China Shakes The World: The Rise of a Hungry Nation eBook: James Kynge: : Kindle Store.
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Like Americans they are a nation of farmers, workers, and shopkeepers suddenly become a Great Power.
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Essential reading has a whole new definition. Personal Finance Show more Personal Finance links. This book is unsurpassed in terms of exploring and analyzing just how When I first came back to Chinna in JanuaryI was talking with my office director about books on China, and he told me, “The best book on modern China has to be China Shakes the World. This may sound somewhat esoteric but given that more dumping cases are launched against China than any other country, it is actually a mainstream problem.
A must-read for those that are interested in China and its quest to become a super power. Overall, Kynge’s crisp assessment of the dynamics involved is both authoritative and eye-opening.
Eye-opening, in part but if you don’t know much about modern China, then probably extremely so. Verrassende anekdotes zijn die van persoonswisselingen, het bewust aangaan van ‘vriendschappen’ met westerlingen en die van verplaatste technische installaties vanuit westerse industrielanden naar de Chinese opkomende markt.
Big retailers Wal-Mart and consumer product manufacturers Nike, Toys R Us seem to us to be moving towards an ever greater reliance on Chinese labour – for finishing, packaging, labelling, sorting and store-preparation, as well as snakes goods. Despite the subtitle, and a chapter devoted to China’s acquisition of U. The book is filled with pictures of gigantic Chinese economic projects and development. What are the consequences of a trade war between EU and China textiles, automobiles etc?
Although perhaps that long-term view would have been too Chinese and this is, nevertheless, a text on China addressed to Westerners Oh, and if there are any Houghton Mifflin editors reading this, note that maps would have been useful.
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Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. I am loving it! Opinion Add to myFT. There’s so much, it’s hard to condense it into a single blog post. But what’s behind all this? Kynye, by the way, is growing at the rate of aroundnew inhabitants a year — eight times faster than Chicago grew in the 19th century when the US was following its trajectory to superpower status. Nevertheless, it is a question that I often ponder these days.
That was done at the expense of the ordinary Chinese who struggle for their survival. Many have spoken about the twenty- first century as the century chkna China. As a result I was left with the feeling that I often have after reading articles in the Economist or the Atlantic Monthly o Interesting, definitely.
As I mention in my book, one of the biggest uncertainties attending the rise of China is whether the world will let China rise, or whether Europe and the US, facing sakes competitive pressures, will slowly close their doors to trade and commerce with the Middle Kingdom.
The central government gave generous value added tax rebates to exporters that were not available to US retailers. Gaige tai man, jiu si, or, “When reform is too fast there is chaos. China never had an Enlightenment, China has kyngw very recently hardly engaged with the wider world, China was not a primary actor chinx the two World Wars, and the Chinese have lived under a modern information-controlling dictatorship for the past 50 years.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Obviously, this is a book for those interested either in China or economics. There are no independent labour unions, so workers lack shaes power to bid their wages upward. Here I think Kynge hesitates to pass judgment. View Full Version of PW.
China Shakes the World: A Titan’s Rise and Troubled Future — and the Challenge for America
It makes me wonder a lot jwmes myself — Chinese by race, yet not by nationality and certainly not at all by cultural identity. The idea is jwmes when China arrives at the point of becoming a global super power or at least a force to be reckoned with that it its presence will penetrate to the far reaches of the global community, like that of the United States has done in the past few decades.
And perhaps that is unavoidable: Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. The jwmes of products manufactured in inland areas, it should be noted, have remained flat or falling. On the one hand, reading this has fostered my sympathy towards Chinese workers — a minimum wage job at McDonalds is a pretty sweet deal compared to what those guys have to put up with on an hour-a-dayday-a-week basis. Products will arrive at European and North American ports and airports and go directly to stores.
China’s economy itself seems ridiculous from the outside; the yuan is set at a fixed value, companies are shored up by the national banks and so can continue to function when making ridiculous losses, but Kynge navigates this minefield of apparent reverse business logic, making it understandable even to ,ynge laywoman.
May 13, Anil Swarup rated it really liked it. I’m afraid that I find this book a little hard to measure, as I am unused to reading anything written about China from an external perspective. I could have foregone all those previous books and just read ajmes concise, insightful, and brilliant book.