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What's happening in China in 2008. Ted has just returned from China and he talks with Jim about what he found, including the building boom in Beijing in anticipation of the 2008 Olympics. Ted also introduces the connect of a "Red Entrepreneur,": which Jim says is the equivalent of a marketplace duckbill platypus.
Will China ever really become an honest member of the global marketplace? Ted joins Jim to talk about the challenges China faces as they keep sending mixed messages to the world about their ability to work and play well with others.
China continues to be in the headlines, and Ted talks with Jim about some of the reasons that China will always be a controversial player in the global marketplace.
How is China doing with its relations with the U.S.? Ted has just returned from a trip to China and he joins Jim to talk about what's happening over there, how things are going with U.S. relations, and what all of this means for our small businesses.
China is still a mixed bag of challenge and opportunity for the U.S., and Ted talks with Jim about whether there is any progress on the issues of doing business with, and competing against, China.
Ted talks with Jim about some of the newest developments regarding China, including their reaction to an outbreak of rabies, which speaks to how the Chinese think about their relationship with nature. They also talk about the wage scale in China compares to that in the U.S. (hint -- it doesn't). They wrap up talking about how critical future planning for U.S. infrastructure is to our ability to be competitive globally.
Ted joins Jim to update Jim and his audience on the evolving relationship between China and the U.S. One of the most important areas is in the protection of U.S. intellectual property. This issue is as important for small businesses as for large ones.
Ted and Jim talk about the current issues regarding the relationship between China and the u.S., including currency and intellectual property. Ted talks about why he things these two are not separate issues, and that by solving on e you get the other one thrown in.
Ted and Jim talk about China's impact on the global and American economies. Ted explains the changes he noticed in China resulting from the building and economic boom the last time he visited.
Ted joins Jim to continue their series on teh impact china is having on the global marketplace. Today they talk about China's impacet on the price of oil. They go on to talk about China's poor performance in protecting the environoment, and also the rampant piracy of intellectual property that is part of China's business model. Ted offers his ideas about how to stop China's theft of ideas from other country.