Google Analytics offers a wealth of data, and now and then we want to share them with you. Today, the top-10 visitors for November 2011 by country. From our observations, those data are not always flawless, but since they are the only we have, we will stick to them for the time being.
Category Archives: Europe
China is not going to bail out Europe, tells business analyst Shaun Rein at CNBC, only Europe itself can save Europe. China has its own problems, although consumption is expected to rise for the wealthy, while the poor get hit hard by inflation.
Europe is hoping to tap into China’s foreign reserves, but at the same time try to keep on talking tough on trade issues. Europe should get its act together before they turn to China, tells Shanghai-based business analyst Shaun Rein in CNBC. And China has become more purdent in bailing out other economies.
No, says business analyst Shaun Rein, when he has to answer the questions whether China should use its foreign currency reserves to support the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF). In CNBC he argues that Europe should hold up its own financial pants.
Is China able and willing to bail out Europe? Political and financial analyst Victor Shih does not exclude the possibility, but he tells in Global Post, if China does so, it is not going to boast about it in public. What are the effects of China’s own debt problems on the world?
Helen Wang, the author of the leading book, The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World’s Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You, will be visiting London early December on the invitation of Lord Wei. She will also visit Paris and other parts of Europe and is available for speeches.
Shanghai-based serial internet entrepreneur Marc van der Chijs tells on his weblog how the internet culture in Europe is lagging, as he talks to a conference of future corporate leaders, who still have to find out the world has changed behind their backs. Unsettling, when you are used to China.
The successful Bright Food Group Co. announces a buying spree among Australian and European firms, according to Bloomberg. A smart strategy, comments retail analyst Shaun Rein, who says buying existing brands is better than building your own.
Cooling down inflation, stiff rising wages: China’s leadership has a hard time to steer between two evils, writes business analyst Paul Denlinger in Forbes. Things do not look well for the new leaders in 2012.