Readings for 2010-07-21

  • Goldman's new dream-inception technology Paul B. Farrell – MarketWatch http://bit.ly/aJBXl5 #
  • @shaunrein How To Invest In China – Forbes.com http://bit.ly/aSzsTp #
  • U.S., S. Korea plan 'show of force' against N. Korea – Washington Times http://bit.ly/c08CMX #
  • Cause and effect in the War on Terror – Glenn Greenwald – Salon.com http://bit.ly/bLqNKj #
  • LRB · Andrew Cockburn · Worth It "Invisible War: The United States and the Iraq Sanctions by Joy Gordon" http://bit.ly/aShGXj #
  • http://bit.ly/934K0G ????? -??????????????-??????????????6?“????”????16????????????“??” /chinese 4 that hubei story #
  • Morgan Stanley – Revised 2010-11 China Forecasts http://bit.ly/ahhqCL "10% (from 11%) for 2010 and 9.5% (from 9.0%) for 2011" #
  • SpyTalk – US-Iranian spy war spinning on Amiri "“What we are seeing is an intelligence operation with many layers,” " http://bit.ly/a76w2b #
  • China's Billion$$ Aid Appetite-Foreign Policy "y is Beijing winning health grants at expense of African countries?" http://bit.ly/cOSvui #
  • Caijing-Meet Pan Gongsheng: Get the Whole Story of AgBank IPO http://bit.ly/dipdcp #
  • Investors Back New China Business News Outlet – NYTimes.com "Richard Li's Cai Business Indepth, known as CBID" http://nyti.ms/bH0ZnQ #

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4 thoughts on “Readings for 2010-07-21

  1. here is another thing about richard li’s new business:?www.thestandard.com.hk/news_detail.asp?we_cat=21&art_id=101103&sid=29063429&con_type=1&d_str=20100729&fc=4

    ?Li’s new news venture hard to read

    Thursday, July 29, 2010

    Multimedia business venture CAI Business Indepth – niftily known as CBID – signed Caijing magazine as its exclusive contributor in the mainland yesterday, but it’s hard to tell if its rocky days are behind it.?

  2. here is another thing about richard li's new business:?www.thestandard.com.hk/news_detail.asp?we_cat=21&art_id=101103&sid=29063429&con_type=1&d_str=20100729&fc=4

    ?Li's new news venture hard to read

    Thursday, July 29, 2010

    Multimedia business venture CAI Business Indepth – niftily known as CBID – signed Caijing magazine as its exclusive contributor in the mainland yesterday, but it's hard to tell if its rocky days are behind it.?

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