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September 08, 2008

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JD

Not to mention that, according to China’s own Ministry of Public Security, there were over 80,000 (!) cases of pubic disturbances and riots in 2005 alone, so the people of China are seemingly growing restless. And we've heard this all before: first Japan was going to move ahead of the US economy, then Germany and now it China's turn to be put in this position by "forecasters".

eu007

I have no doubt the predictions are wishful thinking. It's the people who want an EU state who use the idea of China's future dominance as a reason for integration. Anything but the USA for these people.

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