New reviews of Shaun Rein’s “The End of Cheap China: Economic and Cultural Trends that will Disrupt the World” keep on appearing. Earlier in the week, the Wall Street Journal, yesterday USA Today.
Rein combines elegant writing and a methodical research. Years of working in China have given him access to important players. Incisive interviews with billionaires, business executives, government officials, and migrant workers guide the pulse of the narrative.
Each chapter concludes with strategic questions about “what to do and what not to do in China.” But the book is not a clear road-map to correcting the disruption he foresees. He leaves it to readers to answer many questions.
The main question still to be answered: Will China’s power and influence benefit or undermine the U.S. economy?
Rein’s exposé on the dawn of a new China is essential reading for anyone curious about globalism and the dynamism of the international economy.
- Apple could have done much better in China – Shaun Rein (chinaspeakersbureau.info)
- Three advises when you want to invest in China – Shaun Rein (chinaspeakersbureau.info)
- Bullish on commodities – Shaun Rein (chinaspeakersbureau.info)
- Why Neiman Marcus might fail in China – Shaun Rein (chinaspeakersbureau.info)