U.S. and European manufacturers are racking up weak performance in China as growth slows to its...


U.S. and European manufacturers are racking up weak performance in China as growth slows to its lowest level in three years, and the government is attacking the problem in a way that only China can: by pushing its expansion policy into the interior. As the coastal markets mature and struggle with a glut of housing and commercial space, companies are now looking at expanding inland, where the clampdown on the housing market isn't so tight.

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  • untrusting investor
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    Mixed opinions from the business executives in the article.
    28 Apr 2012, 01:53 AM Reply Like
  • brachiosaurus
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    if you get into a debacle by overbuilding in eastern manufacturing centers, the solution is to get into an even bigger debacle by overbuilding in less logical places.
    28 Apr 2012, 06:15 AM Reply Like
  • valdosta
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    How about you, Valdosta?
    28 Apr 2012, 02:35 PM Reply Like
  • firstinsnow
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    Hey us 'inlanders' could use the business.
    Bring it!
    snow
    28 Apr 2012, 06:24 PM Reply Like
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