Saturday, May 19, 2007

SARS is back!

SARS is back! And, this time the long-term implications could be even worse than the first time. True? Wellllll, not exactly. SARS, or Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, which first gained our attention in November 2002, and which is caused by the SARS coronavirus has, thankfully, not reappeared. What is back, however, are the same seeds of doubt about the reliability of China’s role in global value-chains that were so rampant nearly five years ago. The rest of this opinion can be found at

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