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The Boat Is Not Sinking
Subject: The Boat Is Not Sinking
Send date: 2012-05-15 05:31:04
Issue #: 137
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The Boat Is Not SinkingChina will continue to be the next superpower no matter what others say

Despite claims by the American and European Chambers of Commerce and Western media that China’s foreign investment environment is “deteriorating,” recent reports from the country’s Ministry of Commerce show otherwise. Read more >>
The Dream BuilderStreaking across the corporate industrial landscape like a comet, BYD has become China’s biggest car maker in the span of 15 short years. Here’s how Wang Chuanfu did it

Prospects weren’t bright for chemist and metallurgical engineer Wang Chuanfu after several years of toiling away as a government researcher. Read more >>

The Tax at Hand The Bureau of Internal Revenue is cracking down on tax evaders, but economists say that without substantial fiscal reforms, paying taxes doesn’t quite pay either

A businessman in Pampanga is assessed 150,000 pesos in taxes: 50,000 pesos to the government and 100,000 to the hardworking tax collector. These are your taxes at work. Read more>>

May 2012: Asia in Excelsis

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