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But with Hu Jintao touring the Middle East and Africa in search of oil, there is clearly potential for new collaboration between the world's two largest oil consumers to lessen the risk of a price explosion as China's economic takeoff continues.
In 2008, what major event will take place in China's capital city?
People who were opposed to this project now see what one man with a vision can accomplish," says Peng Peng, China's assistant minister of railways.
On the surface, China's list of environmentally related problems--air pollution, water pollution, shrinking arable land--does not look much different from the degradation inventories of other developing nations undergoing rapid industrialization.
Unmet infrastructural needs for China's population of 1.
Li Hongkuan, 35, leans over his laptop, clicks SEND, and launches another strike against China's Communist government 7,000 miles away.
Will it turn out that India steals China's thunder?
The business community that contributed heavily to his campaign desperately wants China's delayed entry into the World Trade Organization to happen this year, so that the long, slogging process of opening China's markets for banking, insurance, autos, and information technology can begin.
Meanwhile, as China's Western Development Drive, the rising of Middle China, and the rapid economic development of Yangtze River delta, all of those will further promote the transportation between East and West, and in addition to the diversified international market and the increase of large scale materials, China's port freight transportation market is in short supply, and the container handling capacity will retain rapid growth.
But 1 know China's central bank understands that revaluing and floating their currency helps the Chinese economy, because to buy enough dollars to keep the yuan's value below that of the dollar creates inflationary pressure.
These steps are all part of China's overriding goal to bring its economic system in line with the capitalistic economies of developed countries.
Foreign owned firms are now responsible for over half of China's exports and the share is likely to expand further when China's ascension to the World Trade Organization encourages further integration with the global economy.

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