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  1. Introduction
  2. Global critical thinking
  3. China's Counterfeit Consumer Goods
  4. Good or Bad?
  5. Conclusion

Critical thinking is more than a phrasal buzz, a reflective thought rather than a routine thought. Critical thinking involves persistent and careful processes of considerations of credibility and solutions to the supposed global issues. There are global issues that need to be addressed by the people in the global community, which requires both rational and logical thinking in applying the best critical reasoning. Engaging in a global critical thinking process requires a definition of the problem cause, and achievable solutions arrived at.

Although there are no better solutions found to any of the international crises because of their extreme complexity, optimal solutions have been used to qualm the tension in the global population. Therefore, global critical thinking should be employed in examining international issues, which call for solutions within the global community.

[...] S. (2009). The economics of counterfeit trade: Berlin: Springer. Chevalier, M., & Mazzalovo, G. (2008). Luxury brand management: A world of privilege. Singapore: John Wiley & Sons (Asia. Global Critical Thinking: China's Counterfeit Consumer Goods-Good or Bad? [...]

[...] Same initiative can be employed in solving the problems associated with counterfeiting so long as the political will is present. China could bring the issues of counterfeiting within the shortest time possible. However, this seems to be impossible since political will still lacks in the Republic of China. Solutions made from different perspectives, which are sometimes not entirely perfect, will eventually have benefits to the global community. It is only through careful and reasonable thinking, using the available valid resources checking the population, and the global solutions that would make life better. [...]

[...] Bibliography Lin, Y.-C. J. (2011). Fake consumer stuff: China and the rise of counterfeit goods. New York, NY: Routledge. Lu, P. X. (2008). Elite China: Luxury consumer behavior in China. Singapore: John Wiley & Sons (Asia. Chaudhry, P., & Zimmerman, A. [...]

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