Automaker plans to cut 15% of all salaried employees or about 5,100 jobs b Nov.1 as part of a plan to slash billioins of dollars and help the automaker ride out a slump in sale. But sales in China are OK as per my previous blog.
Here is another evidence of Sino_American Economics.
EXPRESS: July 31, 2008 issue page E30: Globe trotter: Before Columbus there was Zheng He. The National Geographic tells the Chinese admiral and explorer's thrilling story in "China's Forgotten Fleet: Voyages of Zheng He," complete with cultural artifacts and authentic maps detailing his journeys. Here is an opportunity to study the Chinese language for cultural enrichment of Americans.
Page 1: Beijing steps up Olympic preparations: Performers wait to enter the National Stadium,known as the Bird's Nest, for a rehearsal of the Olympic opening ceremony in Beijing. I shall watch TV in Shanghai but such viewing is prohibited at CCTV-4 in the US due to rules of International Olympic Commission.
Page 8: Air Pollution levels drop in Beijing: Pre-Olympic measures helped clear the skies.
Washington Post,July 31, 2008 page B1,B5: Embassy opening puts spotlight on China's international stature. The new embassy dominates a diplomatic enclave with an entrance hall of a 50-foot tall ceiling.(photo) in Washington,D.C.
Francis Shieh a.k.a. Xie Shihao. July 31, 2008 at 11.25 a.m.