Friday, January 29, 2010

Mounting Friction Between China and the U.S.

Google isn't the only U.S. company creating friction between to the two nation-states. I've come across several articles now where this friction between Chinese and U.S. based businesses are mounting with not slowdown in sight. Are these early signs of protectionism and future trade wars to come?

As long as China continues to ascend its way to the top of world economies, there's no question investing and conducting business in China is going to be challenging for foreign companies.  If you don't believe me, here is a list of examples that have become public recently in chronological order,
China may be the beacon of light to a global economic recovery but it is also problematic to U.S. businesses and the latter's global hegemony.  The battle has begun.

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