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This is an email for distributing the latest edition of The China Analyst, which is produced by The Beijing Axis. Please scroll down to view or download sections of The China Analyst - September 2011 …
This is an email for distributing the latest edition of The China Analyst, which is produced by The Beijing Axis. Please scroll down to view or download sections of The China Analyst - September 2011 edition, or click above to download the full edition.
In the previous edition of The China Analyst in March this year, we looked at the changing business landscape within China, focusing on certain key industries and outlining the opportunities that can still be found for foreign companies. In this September edition, we shift our focus to China\'s impact on the wider world, and especially on the regions where China\'s presence and influence have been strongest, namely those in the developing world.
With the business that emerging nations such as China are doing in the developing world, the landscape in these regions and the opportunities for businesses are changing. This edition of The China Analyst is about these changes and opportunities, and about how China\'s business in the developing world is indeed building a new era. The four lead features are as follows:
1. Resources for Infrastructure: China\'s Role in Africa\'s New Business Landscape
2. China and Latin America: Untapped Sources of Added Value
3. Rising Stars: China\'s Emerging Construction Machinery Manufacturers
4. The New Scramble for Africa: Emerging Powers on the Emerging Continent
Of course this edition also features all the usual sections on China\'s trade and investment, procurement, and regional business. For this September edition I am also pleased to announce that we have launched a dedicated The China Analyst website, which contains the current as well as four previous editions of The China Analyst in an interactive online format. The HTML email below provides one-click access to all the individual articles of the new edition, as well as an option to download the full edition in PDF.