While the West wrings its hands over scenes of drought and dead children and wants to “save” Ethiopia, the Chinese see a fast growing economy with 90 million consumers and business to be had.
Despite their bad reputation, people in the West need to be more receptive to the benefits of low-waged sweatshops. What happens if we consider it from the perspective of the poor?
We are all frustrated with the apparent failure of the global economic system. Still, it has been difficult for us to articulate our frustration.
Congress can dramatically improve the economy by fast-tracking trade, lifting the Cuba embargo, opening up to tourism, and investing in a renewable energy economy.
A shift in Chinese investment trends towards public services companies have been met with different responses by the US and EU. Who then is most at risk? And what are the advantages?
Despite government negativity, some U.S. companies have made great strides in developing their brands in China due to smarter practices and the force of the market.
With our nation’s unemployment at an all-time high, is outsourcing really the best option?
When China sells goods at lower than market price, it is to the benefit of U.S. manufacturers, retailers, and consumers.