Category Archives: Brazil

My problems with Obama´s Nairobi speech – Howard French

Author Howard French, of China’s Second Continent: How a Million Migrants Are Building a New Empire in Africa explains in Foreign Policy what President Obama did not mention in his Nairobi speech. Obama did not really get the fast development of Africa, and has ignored the continent.

The China debate: friend or foe? – Sara Hsu

China´s increased economic power, through BRICS´ alliances and the “One Belt, One Road” initiative, have been looked upon with anxiety by especially American analyst. We should not look at those steps as an evil movement, argues financial analyst Sara Hsu in the Diplomat.

Brazil cannot survive on China´s ore demand – Arthur Kroeber

Brazil depends to a large degree on China´s demand for its ore. But that dependence is dangerous, economist Arthur Kroeber told a conference in the country. Demand will be high for the next five years, but then drop sharply, and cause trouble if Brazil has not diversified its economy.

How Baidu takes on Egypt, and the world – Kaiser Kuo

China’s largest search engine Baidu, number two in the world, is expanding globally. Kaiser Kuo, director international communication, explains in Knowledge CKGSB its global strategy, and why Egypt is high on the list of countries it wants to conquer.

Baidu’s Focus: emerging markets – Kaiser Kuo

Chinese companies are going global, but they would rather take on developing countries. Those are not always the easiest markets, tells Kaiser Kuo, communication director of the country’s largest search engine Baidu in CKGSB Knowledge.

Bernanke, manipulating the US currency – Shaun Rein

Ben Bernanke via Wikipedia Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, is wrong in pumping 600 billion US dollar into his economy, writes Shaun Rein in Forbes. The dependence of…