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July 19, 2010

THE FLANARANT: ‘Made in China’ continues to make sense

It's impossible to predict how China's competitiveness will emerge from the four key forces of wage inflation, raw material scarcity, currency fluctuations and growing compliance needs. But it's hard to see any evidence of mass bankruptcies, as local media claims, according to Mike Flanagan.

It’s impossible to predict how China’s competitiveness will emerge from the four key forces of wage inflation, raw material scarcity, currency fluctuations and growing compliance needs. But it’s hard to see any evidence of mass bankruptcies, as local media claims, according to Mike Flanagan.

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