The results of Sunday's contest could rock the global economy and destabilize Asia. Maybe the world should pay attention?
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U.S. companies are banking their future success on tapping into the enormous Chinese market. They're in for a nasty surprise.
China is rising -- fast and furious. So why can't the rest of Asia get its act together?
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