The Carnival of the Capitalists Is Up for 20 February
This week’s host duties are performed flawlessly by Joseph Weisenthal at The Stalwart. Mr Weisenthal has a well done blog with almost 900 visitors a day.
Carnival Editors, as you know, are not paid. But lend their time, talent and treasure to making the world a better place.
Chris reminds us that people do business, not countries, not companies.
I would add that it really doesn’t matter if the product is computer chips or potato chips. Or in which direction the transaction flows. A good deal enriches both parties. Both companies, both countries, both peoples.
Chris writes on China’s steel. I would submit that the PRC very much wants to do business with the USA.
English is now the second official language of China. As I write, there are more people in China learning English than there are English speakers in America.
Bloggers like Chris Rossini help us to learn more about doing business the world over.
Good work and good business.
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More on Joseph Weisenthal:
Joseph Weisenthal, chief editor of The Stalwart, currently works as an analyst for a small portfolio management company in the Northeast. He is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin (’02)
Besides being interested in economics and markets, Mr. Weisenthal is an avid songwriter, composer, and occasional playwright, having co-produced three original theatrical works.
Also contributing is Stalwart co-creator Vincent Fernando, who is currently working for an investment bank in Asia.
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