CNBC's Martin Soong Kind of Calls me a China Apologist

Aug. 02, 2010 10:53 PM ETFXI, CAF, PXMC, GOOG, GE2 Comments
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Shaun Rein is the Founder and Managing Director of the China Market Research Group (CMR), the world's leading strategic market intelligence firm focused on China. He works with Fortune 500 and leading Chinese companies, private equity firms, SMEs, and hedge funds. Clients include Apple, Yum! Brands, Richemont, DuPont, Ecco Shoes, LG Electronics, Samsung, Unitas Capital, CLSA, China Capital Today, Hutchison Whampoa, Lane Crawford, Hard Rock International. He is the author of the international best-selling book "The End of Cheap China: Economic and Cultural Trends that will Disrupt the World” published by John Wiley & Sons in the US. Rein is a columnist for Bloomberg BusinessWeek on business in China and teaches executive education classes for the London Business School. He previously was a columnist for CNBC and Forbes. He is often featured in the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, and The Financial Times and frequently appears on CNBC, Bloomberg, BBC, and CNN. He earned his Master's degree from Harvard University focused on China's economy and received a BA Honours from McGill University. He sits on the Asia Council for St. Paul's School.

CNBC's Martin Soong kind of called me a China apologist today on a Squawk Box appearance for criticizing western media like the New York Times for not adequately digging into the Google story in China and generally blaming China.

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