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One response to “Open Season on China”

  1. Karl Waldman

    Long time Vinnie, good article and spot on –

    China has many challenges ahead (as does US and EU), however it has many smart people as well. And see Simon Johnson’s article in the Atlantic a few years ago – corruption at high levels of government is not just a China issue –

    Does remind me of the Churchill quote
    Q: “Would you sleep with me for $1 million?”

    A: “Why, of course, darling!”

    Q: “Would you sleep with me for $100?”

    A: “What do you take me for?”

    Q: “We’ve already established what you are, now we’re just haggling over price.”

    Issue is the same on both sides of the Pacific – difference is just a matter of scale

    Thought i do wish the air here in Shanghai wasn’t quite so thick with smog..