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Harvard Business Review: "Because of massive Chinese subsidies to several industries, no free trade exists and markets have failed. To survive, U.S. and European companies must seek government support to open Chinese markets and to protect themselves from subsidized products domestically."     Click here for full article.

The Economist: "The harm done by these subsidies to foreign competitors is ably chronicled by the Haleys. Rivals are forced to go up against national champions that enjoy subsidised inputs and seemingly free money in markets that are protected."     Click here for full article.         Americans saying "Thank You!"!
Dr. George T. Haley
Professor of Marketing
University of New Haven
American Made Hero!!
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Speaking truth to power!.

Dr. George T. Haley .... selected as an honored American Made Hero.
-- Professor of Marketing at the University of New Haven

-- Director of the Center for International Industry Competitiveness

Dr Haley presents a very well credentialed analysis and review of Communist China's command & control economic system thus providing America a clear understanding of the Communist Party's use of their control of their economy to maintain absolute political power.

For his clearly deliniating the threat posed by Communist China to the United States of America and by attempting to educate America's political leaders to the stark realities of how Communist China will continue to unfairly compete against America's manufacturing sector, Mr. Haley has earned his individual recognition as a true!

Click here for Dr. Haley's 2007 testimony given below at "U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission"

My testimony derives from over 15 years of research on the business environments in China. In my testimony I will show that the Communist Party of China (CPC), through the Chinese government, thoroughly dominates China’s economy, and seeks to continue dominating it through maintaining and enhancing control of its major State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs).

No true market socialism exists in China. Market socialism presumes guarantees of minimum subsistence level benefits to the citizenry: yet, no such guarantees exist in China. However, contrary to US policy makers’ beliefs, China is not moving toward a true market-based economy. Today’s economic situation in China, and the economy towards which China is moving, bears a greater resemblance to the Confucian economy of the Imperial era than to any Western capitalist or socialist system.

Given the CCP’s intention to retain control of China’s society and economy, a Confucian economic and political system would appear extremely appealing. Not only did the Confucian system seek to maintain the rulers’ control of the economy, but Confucius believed no possible justification existed for rebelling against the rulers or limiting the rulers; freedom to act independently of any restrictions, such as laws and constitutions. Hence the rulers enjoyed absolute political power. Today’s CCP desires nothing less than maintaining its own approximation of absolute political and economic power in China.

If the Chinese regime wants to compete in a certain market dominated by the United States or other foreign countries, the state will designate that industry as “pillar,” and then the state will provide subsidies and pay for R&D. The United States is presently highly competitive in pharmaceuticals, processed foods, electronics, and agricultural goods, according to Dr. Haley, but consumers have difficulty discerning quality in these industries. These are industries that China will likely want to compete in, Dr. Haley argues, because when the market cannot perceive, or does not value, differences in quality, “U.S. companies cannot compete on any basis with China’s heavily subsidized industries.” He indicates that these industries are likely candidates to become China’s next designated “pillar” industries.

Click here for Dr. Haley's 2009 UPDATED testimony" U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission!!!!!

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Click here ... for the April 2010 article "China’s Industrial Policies Hurting U.S. Industries and Workers,"!
Alexander Hamilton
"Not only the wealth, but the independence and security of a country, appear to be materially connected with the prosperity of manufacturers. Every nation ... ought to endeavor to possess within itself all the essentials of a national supply. They comprise the means of subsistence, habitation, clothing and defense ... The expediency of encouraging manufactures in the United States, which was not long since deemed very questionable, appears at this time to be pretty generally admitted."

   -- Alexander Hamilton ... an American Made Hero!

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