Saturday, October 24, 2015

Supping with the devil: Our leaders' sucking up to the Chinese has been and national humiliation, and despite the spin, we'll get next to nothing out of it, says DOMINIC SANDBROOK  da  de  nl  sv

You may well think that this is nothing to get worked up about. China has, after all, by far the world’s largest population and is the largest exporter, as well as its second-biggest market for imported goods. Its people are some of the world’s most enterprising, creative and friendliest, and....

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This cluster belong to the following story: China, Taiwan Presidents meet for first time ever, shake hands

Keywords: China, United states, xx / Xi Jinping, Xinhua News Agency / chinese, beijing, economy, economic, growth, president

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