Tuesday, August 16, 2011

What do US business schools and Boeing have in common?

Both have products or services sold to foreign buyers:

More middle-class Chinese professionals can afford U.S. tuition these days, said Peggy Blumenthal, senior counselor at the Institute of International Education, a nonprofit group that administers the Fulbright Scholar Program and fosters partnerships among schools world-wide. Meanwhile, American students may have more difficulty finding the funds to cover tuition given the troubled economy, she said.

A rising yuan (falling dollar)
...is helping US exports to China, including education.

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