Posts Tagged by China
|December 28, 2013||Posted by Staff under Uncategorized|
We humans do the funniest things, especially when we’re sheltered from suffering any downside due to our decisions.
|December 10, 2013||Posted by Staff under Uncategorized|
Once the world was Americanized. Now Africa is Chinized. Where few natives farmed, now Chinese agri-business harvests rice for hungry compatriots back home.
|December 8, 2013||Posted by Staff under Uncategorized|
China has a bigger middle class than America has people, more people studying English than Americans speaking English. Such a huge economy must help some people.
|December 3, 2013||Posted by Staff under Uncategorized|
If you can afford a condo in China’s capital you could afford one nearly twice as big in the Big Apple. What makes some places so spendy? Who can afford them?
|November 12, 2013||Posted by Staff under Uncategorized|
Chinese chose warmth now over living longer. But why must any society make such a choice? There are other heat sources, including simply insulating better. Developing nations follow the errors of the developed when they should raise the bar and follow what works right for everyone forever: geonomics.
|November 9, 2013||Posted by Staff under Uncategorized|
Yet how quickly will the Motor City will rebound, so housing will turn a profit? Downtown Detroit 35 years ago was as destitute as it is now, and it shows few signs of getting better. To get better, Detroit, like anywhere, would need to quit taxing buildings and instead recover land’s rental value to spur owners to develop. But should one’s home be another’s property?
|November 4, 2013||Posted by Staff under Uncategorized|
How bad can it get before government quits favoring old ways — no more subsidies for developers and manufacturers — and levels the playing field for new ways? Recover land value and pay citizens a dividend so everyone has enough security to work on their new ideas and contribute new solutions; let progress charge ahead!
|July 24, 2013||Posted by Staff under Uncategorized|
Chinese protest policy of growth at all costs which has delivered the goods to millions but also contaminated them. A new judicial interpretation would impose “harsher punishments” and tighten “lax and superficial” enforcement of the country’s environmental protection laws. This 2013 excerpt is from Reuters, Jun 19.
|June 9, 2011||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Uncategorized|
As China, the US, etc confront corruption Singapore to Pay Citizens Growth Dividends Governments being corrupt or in debt are huge problems but hardly intractable. Some places have enough surplus to pay an extra income to residents. We trim, […]
|January 12, 2011||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Uncategorized|
A Brief Word on American Awakenings The Ups & Downs in 2010 for Assets Review the last year and longer, preview the next year and further. We trim, blend, and append seven articles of 2010 and 2011 from: (1) AP, […]
|January 11, 2011||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Uncategorized|
China to crack down on lavish public-funded fetes Chinese Customs Service Vs. Chinese Oil Giant Rents are such easy money, they must not be allowed to tempt a few but be shared by all. We trim, blend, and append three […]
|July 14, 2010||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Uncategorized|
China’s frothy property market falters in June Wealth concentration in China exceeds US China is the country with the largest income disparity in the world. While the mainstream press does not much worry about that, they do worry about their […]
|June 30, 2010||Posted by Staff under Uncategorized|
Most Chinese kept from good wages & affordable homes Chinomics — China to Adopt Hong Kong’s Land Lease Model? A bigger pie has not meant higher wages, just out-of-reach homes for most Chinese. But the government might not be afraid […]
|June 17, 2010||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Uncategorized|
Home builders’ index & Jobs numbers Both down Shanghai to Start Property Tax Trial While US propaganda keeps plumping for another round of land-price inflation, some leaders try to avoid it and the recession that comes with it. Yet even […]
|April 9, 2010||Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Uncategorized|
China’s Global Shopping Spree Is the World’s Future Resource Map Tilting East? China’s global shopping spree reveals how the world’s balance of power is shifting from West to East. Should we worry? Or should we adopt economic justice? This 2010 […]