The China Barrier

Globalization is frequently described as the product of a borderless world. It conjures up an image of an idyllic world where ideas, goods, capital and people move freely across the continents. The reality, of course, is more prosaic. Thanks to the information revolution, ideas have moved relatively freely (excepting North Korea or Cuba), and decreasing transport costs and falling tariff barriers have eased the flow of goods.

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