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B Wilds

You made many important points but I feel a massive problem holding China back is the issue of corruption. The cost of corruption is incalculable. "Crony communism" and the corruption that comes with it undermines social stability and sparks tens of thousands of protests each year. It contributes to China’s environmental degradation, deterioration of social services, rising cost of health care,housing, and education. China’s corruption also harms Western economic interests, particularly foreign investors who risk environmental, human rights, and financial liabilities, and must compete against rivals who engage in illegal practices to win business in China. A post on my blog site goes into more detail,


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