Why China has long way to go as a country

Combs, Heath E.
August 2007
Furniture/Today;8/20/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 49, p63
Trade Publication
The article comments on the reasons why China will find it difficult to succeed the U.S. as the world's No. 1 economic power. According to the author, China has several issues to settle including air pollution, slave labor and kidnappings in Shanxi Province and industrial pollution. The author adds that it is difficult for him to respect the country where the government controls the media.


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