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Capitalist Roader and Red Dragon Funds: A correction

Our funds endure the retreat of mainland markets; the Capitalist Roader contemplates drilling services

What to do about inflation?

The government is fighting rising prices with one hand tied behind its back

Some startling figures on the world's airline industry

World's passenger jet fleet to reach 30,000 planes

Airbus and Boeing - be worried

China's new passenger jet makes its maiden appearance

Welcome to Electric Avenue

The window of opportunity in electric vehicle manufacture is quickly closing for foreign makers

China's high-speed rail ambitions not being bought by the West

So far, Western buyers are not queuing up to buy Chinese trains

UK cannot open China up to foreign acquisitions

Despite the efforts of David Cameron, there's still silence on a landmark acquisition

By the time the foreign firms are allowed in, the pickings may be slim

Foreign firms can see the tantalising opportunities in China, but can they see the local competition?

Obama, China and the importance of negotiating well from weakness

10 tactics for negotiating from weakness in China

The reward for not upsetting the feelings of the Chinese people

You get $22.8 billion if you keep your mouth shut

Capitalist Roader and Red Dragon funds: QE2 sets sail

US qualitative easing is pushing up valuations on the domestic market, but there are risks ahead

The cost of upsetting the feelings of the Chinese people

How much business do you lose if you allow the Dalai Lama to visit?

Alternative Power Taking to the Hills in China

Power microgeneration could be a boon to China's rural areas

Bubbles, bubbles everywhere

Why is wine now three times as expensive in China as it is in Europe?

PMI points the way to stronger renminbi

All the indicators suggest the renminbi will keep rising

How to make money from your pavilion at the Shanghai Expo

The UK pavilion could be worth RMB600 million

Why you should be wary of investing in Chinese state-owned enterprises

Sometimes, the interests of the state get in the way of those of private shareholders

Which way wind power is blowing this year

A recent trade show gives hints of the future

Was the Korean kimchi bubble real?

And what are we going to do with all this Chinese cabbage?

G20 unlikely to deliver any progress

The G20 Finance Ministers meeting in Gyeongju is likely only to generate hot air

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