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China Expert Mario Cavolo Confronts Mainstream Media on So-called "China Slowdown"
Long river press to publish china: the big lie?, “the freakonomics for china watchers.”
For more than a decade a small but increasingly vocal minority of television pundits and economists have
been predicting Chinese economic collapse. Thus far these prognostications have proved incorrect and despite a great deal of pessimism, China's economy has remained remarkably resilient.
Author Mario Cavolo's unrelenting scrutiny of reality versus myth cuts through this anomaly, and at the same time reveals a little understood truth and game-changing revelation about the Chinese economy. Normal middle and lower class Chinese are far wealthier than anyone publicly acknowledges. Their wealth hides between 6 to 10 trillion dollars of off the books shadow cash!
Nicholas MacDonald, Editorial Director of iTV-Asia writes, "Cavolo has written the Freakonomics for China watchers. What Dubner and Levitt did for our assumptions about how America and the global economy work, he does for China, upending all of our notions of how things are by combining shrewd observation, cultural insight, and basic microeconomics to blow apart finance column clichés about China’s rise. A must read for anyone perplexed about how this complicated and frustrating country keeps going--and keeps foiling its critics."
Mario Cavolo is currently Vice President of Scott PR China, where he works with multinational clients including CBRE, Dow Chemical, AEGON-CNOOC and Weiden & Kennedy. He is also an Expert Resource Speaker for Vistage International and selected facilitator for GE’s Professional/
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