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Unmade in China: The Hidden Truth about China's Economic Miracle

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If you look carefully at how things are actually made in China - from shirts to toys, apple juice to oil rigs - you see a reality that contradicts every widely-held notion about the world's so-called economic powerhouse. From the inside looking out, China is not a manufacturing juggernaut. It's a Lilliputian. Nor is it a killer of American jobs. It's a huge job creator. Rising China is importing goods from America in such volume that millions of U.S. jobs are sustained through Chinese trade and investment.

In Unmade in China, entrepreneur and Georgetown University business professor Jeremy Haft lifts the lid on the hidden world of China's intricate supply chains. Informed by years of experience building new companies in China, Haft's unique, insider’s view reveals a startling picture of an economy which struggles to make baby formula safely, much less a nuclear power plant. Using firm-level data and recent case studies, Unmade in China tells the story of systemic risk in Chinese manufacturing and why this is both really bad and really good news for America.


Jeremy R. Haft has been starting and building companies in China for two decades across the breadth of China's economy - from light and heavy industries to agriculture. Haft is the author of All the Tea in China: How to Buy, Sell, and Make Money on the Mainland (Penguin, 2007), which presents best practices for importing, exporting, and doing business in China.

An adjunct professor at Georgetown University who lectures in both the Walsh School of Foreign Service and the McDonough School of Business, Haft's analysis on China trade has been featured in such media as National Public Radio, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Forbes, The Huffington Post, CNN, CNBC, Fox, NBC, CBS, and ABC.

Chapter One: Three Myths

Chapter Two: Jobs and Jeopardy

Chapter Three: The Bad Earth

Chapter Four: Risky Business

Chapter Five: Chain of Fools

Chapter Six: When Regs are Dregs

Chapter Seven: What to Do