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Mar 22, 2010 | 03:37:07
China & Tech Links, March 22nd, 2010
By marcwan

We’ll start out by looking at the RMB valutation debate raging on in the US. On the US, the “RMB is hugely undervalued” drums are being beat in Washington, and have a surprising ally in Paul Krugman, a normally quite rational and thoughtful person. The first article in this list by James Fallows, somebody whose thoughts on China are usually dead-on, and always worth reading.

[link] How to think about the RMB, “currency manipulation,” and trade war (James Fallows)
[link] Has Paul Krugman gone completely insane?
[link] The Chinese are not the source of our problems, …
[link] Paul Krugman’s China (RMB) fallacy

Next, a bunch of articles on Google’s departure from China:

[link] China state media accuses Google of political agenda
[link] What a Google China exit would mean
[link] China appears to be preparing for Google departure
[link] Google denies ‘exit China’ rumor

Understanding China:

[link] Behold China (Good content, nutty presentation)
[link] Too few deciphering the Chinese puzzle
[link] If You Want to See Entrepreneurs, Go to China
[link] What Won’t Work With China, And What Might

General Interest stuff:

[link] How Richies are influencing Chinese political policy (and tax debate)
[link] What Chinese Censors Don’t Want You to Know
[link] Beijing Becomes 3rd-Busiest Airport, Beating Chicago
[link] China’s Reverse Price Wars
[link] Land price record broken twice in day
[link] More attempted measures to cool Beijing’s housing market.
[link] How to manage your reputation online in China (hint: $$)
[link] China orders journalists to retrain in communist theory
[link] Soaring drug abuse in China’s south
[link] South Africa expects influx of Chinese prostitutes for World Cup
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