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WKetel
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WKetel   3/24/2013 2:32:02 AM
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The new leader, Li Keqiang, has certainly stated a worthwhile list of goals. And even if he does not succeed in getting rid of corruption and reducing pollution, if the growth goal is met there will be a nation that has a lot of folks with money to spend and the desire for a bit more personal freedom than that government could afford to give them. But I wish the people of China a period of peace and growth, so they can be our strong allies.

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sprite0022   3/20/2013 2:14:04 AM
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less wind, lady

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DCH0   3/19/2013 9:18:00 PM
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I was in Shanghai for a month 5 years ago. The pollution was like NYC in the 1960's, and much less than LA then. We are not that far removed.

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selinz   3/19/2013 5:44:18 PM
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limiting car ownership can be done by enforcing rigid emission laws (that effectively raise the price). Then you have a double whammy. With only 1% of power being generated by nukes, that seems like another area of growth...

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junko.yoshida   3/19/2013 3:03:47 PM
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The growing number of cars is a problem, but then, why we see PM2.5 level going up during the night when the traffic is supposed to be light? The culprit, I suspect, is coals.

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sprite0022   3/19/2013 12:38:44 AM
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beijing need to limit car ownership. with an iron fist...

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joshxdr   3/19/2013 12:24:04 AM
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I would rather that the Chinese gov't be corrupt business men than power-mad, paranoid sociopaths. All things considered, the quality of Chinese governance and civil rights are pretty good by third-world standards.

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SKYHAWK   3/18/2013 11:12:00 PM
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crack down on gov. corruptions, thats a joke. 81 members of the Communist party top bosses are worth over a billion dollars. Didnt realize communist govt. workers are so skilled at day trading.

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