On Equal Terms (Hardcover)

Mingxun Zheng

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Hardcover. An insightful look at the future of China's relations with the West and the United States For anyone who wants to better understand China and its economic and political relati.Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 216 pages. 0.436. N° de ref. de la librería

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Sinopsis: An insightful look at the future of China's relations with the West and the United States

For anyone who wants to better understand China and its economic and political relations to the West, On Equal Terms offers front-row insight. Exploring China's state-capitalist economic model and the unique qualities and ideals of Chinese culture that can make difficult for Westerners to understand its approach to business interactions, the book looks to the future, explaining how China and the United States can cooperate to solve some of the world's major problems.

Covering the extraordinary changes taking place in China and China's relationship with America and the West over ten powerful chapters, the book looks at China's state-capitalist model of governance, how history affects her behavior in foreign policy, how China is emerging as an economic world power, that products are not made but assembled in China, that China is not one big market but many markets, and much more.

  • Provides an inside view on the future of China and America from an expert with personal experience on both sides of the story
  • Explains the sometimes mysterious worlds of "Guanxi" and "Mianzi"—the notions of giving, saving, and preserving "face" in business and cultural relationships that many Westerners struggle to understand
  • A truly up-to-date resource that gives reader's the most recent information about Chinese-American relations

China and America need to cooperate in order to solve the major problems of the world, and On Equal Terms gives readers the information they need to improve their business and professional relationships in China.

From the Back Cover: If we agree that U.S.-China relations are the defining international relationship of this century, then it is critical and indeed incumbent on the American and Chinese people to make great efforts to understand what makes their counterpart societies tick. Zheng Mingxun (or Paul Cheng as we know him in Hong Kong) has provided us with one more perspective to that complex mosaic that is China. His long years of dealing with Chinese government officials at local, provincial and national levels, and his decades of doing business in China, give us a unique and readable account.

Chan Heng Wing
Managing Director, International Relations, Temasek Holdings
Former Singapore Ambassador to Thailand

China is joining America as a superpower on the world stage—but many in the two nations view the other with suspicion and distrust. Zheng Mingxun, with decades of experience in these two disparate cultures, has written On Equal Terms to help the West to better understand and deal positively with China. Zheng’s insights provide useful guidance for constructing a cooperative China–U.S. relationship, which is so crucial to our own and future generations.

Charles Morrison
President, East-West Center
Hawaii

Zheng Mingxun has spent a lifetime understanding, shaping, and leading business and political developments in the United States and China. On Equal Terms sums up his insight and offers the reader a useful and authoritative overview of 21st century China and U.S.–China relations. Zheng’s central thesis is that there is no intrinsic conflict between these two great powers, as long as they can deal with each other, of course, on equal terms. Easier said than done, but Zheng’s book is a good place to start.

Frank Lavin
Chairman, Public Affairs Practice, Edelman Asia Pacific
Former U.S. Ambassador to Singapore


China has awakened and is in a frenzy to build a great nation, which was always meant to be its mission. The U.S. and the rest of the world must develop a new paradigm and view China truly as what it is instead of defaulting to their worst fear. Zheng Mingxun has the unique combination of experiences to help Americans and others develop that much needed new paradigm. Read it and China’s actions will make much more sense to you.

Sam Su
Vice Chairman, YUM! Brands Inc.
Chairman and CEO, China Division


With the emergence of China as an important economic power, readers will benefit immensely from Zheng Mingxun’s views and observations given his distinctive vantage point as an accomplished leader in both China and the U.S. In this important book, he sets out to foster greater objectivity and understanding between China and the West. Management at multinational corporations interested in China will benefit from his rich and balanced insights on this often challenging and increasingly complex market.

Tom Neff
Chairman
Spencer Stuart USA


China has risen to become the second largest economy in the world. Nevertheless, it is still a developing and emerging nation. The U.S. is the most developed country and the world’s leading superpower. No bilateral relationship today would be more crucial in shaping the global order and agenda than the one between China and the U.S. in the twenty-first century. Zheng Mingxun with his bi-cultural background has written this thoughtful book to help readers in the West better understand the complexities and intricacies of China. Hopefully, leaders in both the private and public sectors, not only in America but also in the West as a whole will heed his observations and advice.

C H Tung
Vice Chairman of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference
Former Chief Executive of Hong Kong

China’s rise is changing the global equation. Zheng Mingxun with his East-West background has written this timely book to encourage readers in the West to have a more objective and balanced view on China. Reading On Equal Terms will be a good starting point for practitioners in both the private and public sectors to better appreciate the cultural and ideological differences between China and the West.

Francesco Trapani
Chief Executive Officer
Bulgari Group

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Título: On Equal Terms (Hardcover)
Año de publicación: 2011
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: New
Edición: 1st.

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