Washington Post, March 24, 2010 on page A18: Relations between China and world's business leaders are still strong. Among the Fortune 500 companies, 480 have investments in China. There are 660,000 foreign companies represented in China. It is estimated $7 billion to $8 billion a month flowing into China. China remains one of the only bright spots in the relatively dim firmament of global business today.
Page A12: Will more exports mean more jobs?
Economists say that firms emerging from the recession may have ways to meet new export orders without adding new employees - by accelerating underused production lines, restoring full workweeks to employees or improving worker productivity, for example. Re: Improving worker productivity,a commendation letter was received from the former Treasury Secretary and Chairman of the Board of Governors at FED apropos of "Work and Study Cycle Theory" published in 1978 with a vision.www.ask.com for reference.
Page H1: Russia makes space for US: 2010 is the Year of the Chinese Language in Russia. "A Glimpse of the Chinese Language" in English would be useful reference. It is available at www.rand.org at PDF file free of charge as a public service.
SPACE News,March 15, 2010: www.spacenews.com:
When Galileo navigation satellites were built as a private-sector development with public-sector financial participation,European Commission program managers sought Chinese participation in pursuit of Chinese cash in the short term and privileged access to China's market for positioning and timing applications in the longer term.
China has begun deploying its Beidou/Compass satellites. An initial capacity to serve Asia is expected to be in place by 2012, with full system deployment by 2020Jiao Wenhai of the China Satellite Navigation office in Beijing said.
Francis Shieh a.k.a. Xie Shihao, a blogger to keep readers informed on March 24, 2010 at 10 a.m.