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Three billion new capitalists : the great shift of wealth and power to the East

Author: Clyde V Prestowitz
Publisher: New York : Basic Books, ©2005.
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"In Three Billion New Capitalists, the acclaimed international trade expert Clyde Prestowitz explains why this belief is a mirage. He describes the powerful trends whose convergence is rapidly shifting wealth and power to Asia - and why geopolitical clout will follow economic strength. These trends include America's increasingly unsustainable trade deficits and the equally unsustainable buildup of massive dollar  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Clyde V Prestowitz
ISBN: 0465062814 9780465062812 0465062822 9780465062829
OCLC Number: 60353809
Description: xiv, 321 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Icebergs ahead --
How the capitalist road turned East --
The global ballet --
Made in China --
Serviced in India --
High tech I. : America's baby --
High tech II. : The world's baby --
Cheap no more --
The end of the dollar --
The comfortable road to ruin --
The great shift --
To ride the third wave.
Responsibility: Clyde Prestowitz.
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From one of our shrewdest economic trend-spotters, a wake-up call that prosperity is about to shift from the West to the East, and what we can do before its too late  Read more...

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"Prestowitz has done us an enormous service by pointing out that the men and women who call themselves conservatives today are truly radicals who have alienated America's friends everywhere."

 
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