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Are the proposed sanctions against China and other countries fair?

The House of Representatives is set to vote to impose sanctions against China and other countries that manage their currencies to gain a trade advantage, the latest development in an ongoing dispute with China over trade issues.

By Jodi Westrick  |  September 29, 2010; 3:21 PM ET  | Category:  National Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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China is full of s*#* and will now use their growing economic and military power to bully everyone else. They are FULL of empty promises, like the promise of access to their domestic market for technology only after we partner with their local companies. The result has been that they steal our IP and innovation, manufacturer it for less and completely undermine the relationship and our economy.

Posted by: weric8 | September 30, 2010 1:49 PM

Look America, too bad huh? You are too straight. You should learn how to do business with Asian countries. Especially those that have long standing of Communist nations. Read the Asian Game of Business by Chung Ning Chu. She says all the facts and that never be out dated. If you Western Angloton people with long history of democratic culture, you should know doing business partnership to the Asian people isn't about making money. It is about putting you out of business even you are their partners. You should know this saying,

if you are a chinese company's competitor, you are only at risk of losing a customer. If you are a chinese company's partner, you are at total lost.

More than that, you should know this slogan of the Chinese Bosses. "A jungle cannot have two tigers". It means either you are a partner, or a competitor.

Posted by: viettinankingsway | September 30, 2010 9:31 PM

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