Chinese Mexicans

Author: Julia María Schiavone Camacho
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807882593
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I had bought this new bedroll intending to go steerage on the ship from San
Francisco, and had brought sufficient money to pay my way home. But now the
Mexicans have taken my money and forced me into the country. I could not help it
.” Compelling the Chinese to become destitute refugees regardless of their class
status in Mexico, Sonoran officials cared little about Chinese dignity.30 Further
complicating the refugee crisis for the United States were several hundred
Chinese ...

Paisanos Chinos

Author: Fredy González
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520290194
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By carrying the story through the postwar period, Fredy González is able to trace the remarkable decline and rebirth of the Chinese community in Mexico in the context of internecine politics in the Republic of China and the People’s ...

Latin America Facing China

Author: Alex E. Fernandez Jilberto
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 0857456245
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In the early 1990s, when Mexico and the United States were negotiating the
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), there were serious US
concerns about the 'sucking sound' from Mexico: labour unions and others feared
that opening the border with Mexico would come at the cost of extensive US job
losses due to cheap Mexican labour. Less than a decade later, however, Mexico
itself started to experience a 'sucking sound', in this case from China. Both in its
national ...

Forces For Change In Contemporary China

Author: Bih-jaw Lin
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780872499690
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China's. Place. in. the. New. World. Regional. Groupings. Chalmers Johnson
Despite its Marxist pretensions and socialist jargon, the People's Republic of
China (PRC) today is a fairly routine example of a dictatorship whose original
revolutionary principles have long ... As Wayne Cornelius notes for Mexico, "It
remains to be seen . . . whether the Salinas team can deepen economic reform
and aggressively pursue North American economic integration without serious
political reform.

China S New Diplomacy

Author: Zhiqun Zhu
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing
ISBN: 1409452921
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Textile and apparel production have become an important niche industry in the
hemisphere, providing critical jobs and income. major changes in these
industries will have a significant economic and social impact on the region—
primarily in mexico, Central america, and the Caribbean. For example, the
Chinese have been outselling Brazilians in shoes. By one estimate done by the
Brazil-China Business Council, Chinese competition is responsible for Brazil
losing more than 90 ...

The London And China Telegraph

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Other reforms and improvements will no doubt be suggested in due time, and
receive the attention which the new Governor has promised to give to this crying
want. We cannot but regret, however, that on this occasion the recommendation
of the Chamber assumed so one-sided an appearance in urging the construction
of the new works at Colombo, without even referring to the claims and
advantages of Gallo. - To take a new Governor—if not by surprise, at least by
anticipation—in an ...

The Illegals From The North

Author: Truth and Freedom
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 141164493X
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Neither Mexico nor the United States can afford to lose any more trading partners
in view of the present competition from nations that, in the past, were not in a
position to compete but are now becoming very serious competitors. I'm sure that
nations like China would love to have the opportunity to take Mexico's market
away from the U.S., and this could probably happen if the border was closed or
restricted to the point where it became unprofitable to trade with the U.S. Mexico
could be ...

Bordering The Future

Author: John A. Adams
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781567206371
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China is sucking away Mexico's jobs. Globalization is entering a fateful new
stage, in which the competitive perils intensify for low-wage developing countries
much like the continuing pressures on high-wage manufacturing workers in the
United States and other advanced economies. In the "race to the bottom," China
is defining the new bottom. — William Greider The next century will belong to
China, and it will become the first ancient culture to rise, fall and rise again. —J.
Yify Lin The ...