Unlike the Indian model, the earliest Chinese model forbade private enterprise. From 1800 BCE until well into the first millennium BCE, every aspect of the Chinese economy was subject to total state control. Unlike in the Middle East or India, private merchant princes and nongovernmental, voluntary organizations were suffocated by an all powerful central government. Times, Sunday Times (2011)These changes hit the wrong target and may in fact damage the interests of target company shareholders. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We also…