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TingLu
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TingLu   9/10/2010 1:26:52 PM
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How Naive!!

TingLu
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TingLu   9/10/2010 1:32:20 PM
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I would rather prefer to make people more competitive than job protection. If same talent with 1/10 pay in China, it is fair that job should go to China.

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Code Monkey   12/13/2011 10:04:28 PM
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Companies in the US work for the shareholders. Companies in China work for the state. This makes business a far different game in China. Chinese capitalism can't be like western capitalism even if it wants to be. The end goals are too different. When a tiger says it has changed its stripes, you have to wonder if hasn't simply weaponized capitalism.

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bmonk   11/25/2012 11:07:17 PM
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Typical China hater from a Vietnamese native. It is not worth my response to his comment.

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