James Kynge, a journalist in Asia for two decades and the former bureau chief of the Financial Times in Beijing, provides an intriguing view on the origin and dynamics of the recent economic developments in modern China. At the end of the book you will have a far better understanding of what is called "Emerging Markets" and more specifically "Modern China". It also sheds light on the cause of what we call today "The biggest crisis of the Western World since WW2". This book should be read by all college students... and their parents.
Price: 10 – 12 USD