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Inside China 1: The Rise Of A Superpower
How has China transformed, inside 30 years, from developing nation to the world's next largest economy after the USA? Includes interviews with historians, eye-witnesses and party officials. TIANANMEN SQUARE A…
Inside China 2: China The Future?
China is flexing its economic muscle, investing all over the world. What does this mean for the West? AFRICA China needs access to energy and raw materials - that's why…
Inside China 3: Politics And The People
China is now a market economy, but holds on to the communist political system - pollution, corruption and ethnic divisions cause great tensions. POLITICS They call it "Socialism with Chinese…
Inside China 4: The New Entrepreneurs
China's "new billionaires" are well-known but what about the small businesses? Many were set up by migrants who have battled against hardship - and many are women. THE PR BUSINESS…
Inside China 5: China Rich And Poor
A big principle of socialism is equality, but China's new society has glaring inequalities. The communist party calls it "socialism with Chinese characteristics" but, in the rush for growth, have…
Inside China 6: The Great Migration
Chinese development has depended on a vast influx of 250 million migrant workers into the cities - some have prospered but most are poorly paid and housed, with few rights.…
Inside China 7: Environmental Timebomb?
The Chinese want the same life style as the West - but at what cost? The air and water are polluted, causing much suffering and protest - as well as…
Inside China 8: Education And Women’s Rights
The communist revolution gave women theoretical equality, but centuries-old oppressions still persist. Women have suffered through the "one child" policy. But women are now among China's top entrepreneurs. "ONE CHILD"…

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Inside China 1: The Rise Of A Superpower
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How has China transformed, inside 30 years, from developing nation to the world's next largest economy after the USA? Includes interviews with historians, eye-witnesses and party officials. TIANANMEN SQUARE A dramatic turning point was the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989 - the communist party decided to bring in economic, if…
Inside China 7: Environmental Timebomb?
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The Chinese want the same life style as the West - but at what cost? The air and water are polluted, causing much suffering and protest - as well as a drought crisis. Chinese leaders talk of moving away from fossil fuels, but how much changes at local level? "THEY…
Inside China 2: China The Future?
Part of the Series: Inside China Collection
China is flexing its economic muscle, investing all over the world. What does this mean for the West? AFRICA China needs access to energy and raw materials - that's why it's pouring huge investment into Africa. Mozambique's economy, for example, is booming, with Chinese-led construction and agriculture projects. Is this…
Inside China 3: Politics And The People
Part of the Series: Inside China Collection
China is now a market economy, but holds on to the communist political system - pollution, corruption and ethnic divisions cause great tensions. POLITICS They call it "Socialism with Chinese characteristics" but the communist party has a monopoly on power and no opposition is tolerated. There are tensions in regions…
China vs. India: Who Will Win?
India and China are among the world's fastest growing economies which jointly contribute nearly 30% to global economic growth as the balance of economic power continues to shift from West to East. Both China and India are not emerging economies, they are actually "re-emerging." China and India have particular strengths…
Inside China 5: China Rich And Poor
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A big principle of socialism is equality, but China's new society has glaring inequalities. The communist party calls it "socialism with Chinese characteristics" but, in the rush for growth, have they created a society far harsher than western capitalism? COMMUNISM COMES TO IKEA The new China now has a growing…
Impact Of Globalisation: Food
Key Topics Globalisation Of Food Migrant labour in the EU European Union How the clean, bright displays in our supermarkets hide a murkier story of exploitation in the supply chain. ITALY'S ROTTEN TOMATOES If you buy a tin of tomatoes chances are they come from Southern Italy - picked by…
This World - How China Fooled the World
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China is now the second largest economy in the world and for the last 30 years its economy has been growing at an astonishing rate. While the west has been in the grip of the worst recession in a generation, China's economic miracle has wowed the world, with spending and…
Guanxi and Woofies: Understanding Entry Modes into the Chinese Market
Home to more than 1.3 billion people, China is one of the fastest growing countries in the world. As global companies continue to enter its market, China's large bureaucracy can be challenging to navigate. Viewers will learn more about how companies can enter the Chinese market and cultural and country…
Back to Eden: Sir Tim Smit - The Transformative Power of Plants
Interview with Sir Tim Smit, the highly innovative and successful businessman who restored ruined and discarded landscapes to create two of the most popular, and arguably most imaginative, botanical gardens in the world. His most notable enterprise--The Eden Project--took a devastated china clay quarry in rural Cornwall, England and transformed…
Beneath Black Skies
Beneath Black Skies is the powerful story of coal - Australia's first mineral export - and the men and women who lived the mining life. This remarkable history of coal-mining in the Illawarra region is told from the perspective of the miners, their wives, their unions, mining officials and historians.…
Regulation, Innovation, Excess
Government policies are a major source of uncertainty, since they can alter our lives in unpredictable ways. Study the surprising outcomes from several government interventions in the U.S. economy. In particular, look at the regulatory cycle model, which shows how a complex system responds to new regulations.