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As wage inflation eats further into already deteriorating return on capital, China's capital investment bubble must sooner or later burst.
Cultural Revolution: a movement designed to eliminate antigovernment influences in China's institutions and leadership.
China's loose intellectual property laws may encourage such borrowing, but many companies also unwittingly leave the door open.
Even Pekin's new Wal-Mart Supercenter spreads China's influence around town.
China's appreciation of the need to bring North Korea back into compliance with its international commitments is significant indeed.
China's National Environmental Protection Agency was promoted to the ministerial level, creating the State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA) and elevating the status of environmental concerns in domestic and international governmental policy making.
In addition, the Disabled Persons' Federation orchestrated the promulgation of China's first law concerning the rehabilitation of people with disabilities - the Law of the People's Republic of China on Protection of Disabled Persons.
The trade agreement already has had an impact on China's trade with the San Fernando Valley, even though no vote has been taken on permanent normal trade relations.
The truth is, for all the sound and fury coming out of Washington every year, China's MFN status, which allows it to export its products to the United States at the lowest possible tariffs, has never been at risk.
However, with westernization of diet and lifestyle, and China's improving healthcare system, treatment of more chronic disorders will eventually become more of a priority in the future.

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