Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Watching China's foreign investments - Janet Carmosky

Janet_-_006Janet Carmosky by Fantake via Flickr
In Forbes Janet Carmosky tries to make sense out of the massive flow of Chinese investments entering the global economy. It looks much like an iceberg, she says:
In two ways, watching China’s money move is a bit like looking at an iceberg. First, because the money does tend to group itself into giant piles, which break off and float away--to Africa, Southeast Asia, Brazil, the gas-rich, geostrategic '-stans--and, very occasionally, to the northern hemisphere. Second, because everything that really happens is more or less invisible...
More in Forbes.

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Janet Carmosky is a speaker at the China Speakers Bureau. When you need her at your conference, please get in touch.

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