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  • China's Public Relations Stunt

    Derek Scissors, a research fellow for Asia economic policy, says the world leaders meeting in Washington for the G-20 summit should view China’s stimulus package as an expensive public relations move.


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    One Response to China's Public Relations Stunt

    1. tina h, indiana says:

      why are the American citizens just sitting by and letting all this happen? i guess our Founding Fathers and everything they stood for, and the Revolutionary War, Civil war, etc. don't mean anything. Did all those who fought for this country before us die in vain? They had a dream, and this is NOT it. Not for foreign countries, U.N. and banks to own us and tell us what to do. What happened to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness??

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