The coming collapse of China

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Random House Business, 2001 - Business & Economics - 344 pages

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THE COMING COLLAPSE OF CHINA

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A freelance journalist and counsel to an American law firm in China predicts the imminent implosion of the economy and government of the People's Republic of China.Chang (who has lived in China for ... Read full review

The coming collapse of China

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The thesis of this provocatively titled but solidly argued book is simple and persuasive. Beneath the glitter of China's recent successes lies a deeply flawed economic system dominated by a sclerotic ... Read full review

Contents

Lake of Gasoline
17
Industrial Theme Parks
45
futurechina communism
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About the author (2001)

Gordon Chang has lived & worked in China for almost two decades, most recently in Shanghai, as counsel to the American law firm Paul Weiss. His articles on China have been published in "The New York Times", "The Asian Wall Street Journal", "The Far Eastern Economic Review", & "The International Herald Tribune".

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