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How Carlos Ghosn Reveals The Limits Of Modern Global Corporate Culture

We know the modern corporation may be multinational. But is it possible for a person to be truly a part of multiple cultures, with favoritism for none? The strange case of Carlos Ghosn—which spans the globe from Paris to Tokyo to Nashville to Lebanon and back again—reveals that the limits may be more rigid than previously supposed.

Read Here – Vanity Fair

Can Myanmar Let Go Of China?

It turns out that Burma may need China after all. Reformers had hoped that the transition from a military regime to democracy would bring in new foreign investment to help Burma wean itself from support from its massive neighbor to the north, which was its main patron during decades of international isolation. But it hasn’t quite turned out that way.

Read Here – The Atlantic

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