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  • Baidu Yi Heats Up China's Mobile OS Market [View article]
    i'm surprised that baidu actually ruled out its own platform but easily understand that it's base on android, hardware market is different from web services unless you have really outstanding products otherwise you may fail, but in baidu's case it might take some grounds in second or third tier cities and establish popularity in migrant workers people, for these who won't cheer up the RED WEB, this machine is just a crap.
    Dec 5, 2011. 02:45 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Guangshen Railway: Working on China's Railroad [View article]
    MKT CAP $167B? do you know what you're talking abt?
    Aug 10, 2011. 12:22 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • China: Are Labor Shortages Threatening the Most Populous Nation on Earth? [View article]
    this article is an empty piece.
    china encounters labor shortage and it is a temp short,why is that; simple 1/china needs USD and leaders will do everything to make sure sucking-dollars-trading will last and last, to realize that different and creative policies may apply. 2/china is building up a 3yrs plan to make sure its medical plan covers most of its people and recent local policies to give up the hukou difference between city and village are key attempts to testify a potential liquidation tool to powerhouse the so called "migrant workers" today. 3/china's asian rivals are too weak and only india matters but it will be at least half-decade story from now. 4/most of the traders/businessmen or whosoever are chinese, taiwan people, hk people, amercian chinese, european chinese, jap chinese, china land is their prioritized destination in most, who controls business of sino-US? look at Li& fung, testrite big corps like that....many of them
    what i am thinking the shortage of labor now in china is an strong implication, it tells only one thing to its customers overseas "you have to pay more and you will" so the inflation in china will slowly but surely pass to the consumers in the US/EU, consumers will feel the pains.
    Dec 5, 2010. 06:50 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • My Take on China's Real Estate Market [View article]
    the bubble has two destination, burst and fly up high
    Feb 2, 2010. 04:52 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nexus One, The Google Phone, Captured in the Wild (Picture) [View article]
    in future, the smart phone market will only be spared by 2 players APPLE and GOOGLE, MS is dying, they make sophisticated setting talking machine and non-useful buzzwords set in the system. i won't buy any MS windows phone, i'm just tired of it.
    Dec 14, 2009. 02:25 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Form Will Market Correction Take? [View article]
    r u saying people buying stocks up in xmas?
    Aug 19, 2009. 04:08 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • China's Bubbles and Demographic Trends [View article]
    elder means unstoppable declining of asset value? look at japan, an old country but one of the highest property price, for all asian, property is the root.
    Aug 11, 2009. 12:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Seven Reasons Why the Coke-Huiyuan Deal Failed [View article]
    your short piece shadows the very principle of capitalism. Anything has its value for exchange. In your case, you or your company may not choose to come to china to "contribute" your "technology" to china construction. China is far from being regulated but your parochialism hardly render you as hypocritical person lost in windfall.

    On Mar 19 10:39 AM User 329557 wrote:

    > Let's face it. You only work or invest in China on their terms. If
    > they allow you there, it's because you have some technology or expertise
    > they want or need. My husband was secunded to a Chinese Power Company
    > by an American Company to assist in building a Nuclear Power Plant
    > in Guangdong Province. The French were the primary contractor, but
    > the Chinese needed a partner to assist them, thus the American Company.
    > They invited my husband and I to Beijing and took us on a tour of
    > a Coal Fired plant outside Beijing. It was an older plant but in
    > immaculate and clean condition. There were three generators within
    > the plant, they showed us the first two, "These were made by the
    > Russians". When we came to the third, (which was identical), he proudly
    > professed, this one was made in China by Chinese. So you see, the
    > Chinese USE foreigners to get the technology they need, and once
    > they learn it and don't need you any more, you're out the door. American
    > companies are playing right into their hands.
    Mar 20, 2009. 04:22 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Geithner on Yuan: Misstep or Warning Shot? [View article]
    then stop buying china made product, start paying 10times any craft product,i'm glad you're pleased to pay that money while your pocket is half-empty in today crisis.

    On Jan 23 09:57 AM MJJP wrote:

    > I really see nothing wrong with implementing a Smoot Hawley Tariff
    > which would protect a certain percentage of industry. Opening up
    > our entire mfg base to the lowest bidder is suicide as we can plainly
    > see. We produce nothing , our wages are in the toilet and as such
    > our standard of living is dropping. Real unemployement as compared
    > to the Great Depression is similar. I am not against free trade as
    > long as it is fair trade. Tell those that want to enter our markets
    > to clean up their act and enact clean water standards, sewage, safe
    > labor standards etc. Then we'll talk.
    Jan 23, 2009. 10:42 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nine Ways to Profit in 2009 [View article]
    this dude says: short the whole planet
    Jan 3, 2009. 10:34 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • How the US Slowdown Is Slowing Down China [View article]
    the easiest way to rebuild the bull market of real estate mortgage in the states is let chinese buyer flood into the market thus free-buy at certain valuation(of course higher) in the same time granting US greencard. you will be amazed at how big the buying power is and how quick and easy the subprime/credit crisis will be solved.
    Oct 6, 2008. 06:03 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Don't Confuse the Stock with the Company, or the Market with the Economy [View article]
    crocs is dying
    it costs 1.5usd to buy a mimic of crocs in china
    and china is exporting hell of mimics to europe and usa
    as far as i know there's only limited patent protection on crocs's feature plastic footware and it can be easily jumped over by chinese low cost mfg rivals.
    Aug 26, 2008. 11:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Shanghai's Own Stock Market Rules [View article]
    the market is fueled by the confidence, in china it is even more obvious. whatever you do is right in bull market and whatever you do in a bear market for sure is wrong. no doubt shanghai is in its bear season but how bearish it is or it will be really depends on party leaders' advisers or shadow cabinet. and these small group of people represents a sophisticated colonies back by western and chinese institutions.
    Aug 24, 2008. 11:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment