CHINA ENJOYS RISKY DOUBLE DIGIT EXPANSION WHILE WEST REACTS TO OVERSEAS RESOURCE REACH

After a long run of economic success without much downside, China just released its first quarter numbers for 2007, and growth is near 11% over the previous year, but inflation is also starting to creep up. This concerns economists who believe the potential for a meltdown from too much expansion is increasing, and now China has a slippery road to travel to meet all its goals without allowing the economy to reach the status of a runaway train. Also, in Beijing’s maturation into a world-class economy, are there ethical standards they should be held to? This article will discuss these questions: How Big is the Chinese Economy? What Will Beijing do with its Money? Is China’s Overseas Oil Policy Dangerous to the West? Do China’s Oil Companies Have an Ethical Duty in Darfur?

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

How Big is the Chinese Economy?
What Will Beijing do with its Money?
Is China’s Overseas Oil Policy a Problem for the West?
Do China’s Oil Companies Have an Ethical Duty in Darfur?
Will There Be a U.S. Chinese Trade War?

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