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The template of a government success is the "Strength" it has, internationally and domestic.
China's international strength, is on par with the rest of the world.
There is little doubt, a foreign force that lands on Chinese soil would lose.


What about China's domestic policies, economic and social?
Can anyone in China complain, about the success China is having economically, given it has one of the lowest poverty rates in the world?
In this area, China also can hold its head up.

So the biggest issue for China is the domestic "social" policies and law.
The west loves to point the dirty finger at China on this.
People in the west are allowed to protest and voice opposition to anything.
In America, protests march into Washington DC all the time, under the right of "Freedom of Speech".

Is China strong enough to withstand such "Freedoms"?
Can China stand up and be proud of the accomplishments made to its people and the world?
Is the CPC certain and confident of what has been done and plans for the future?
The answer is.....
YES!

There is no shame, as to what China has achieved and how it was made.
China should be proud of goals completed, even with the opposition from the western world.
Setting a new standard and political example, for the world to admire.
China has proven, communism can work.

If China decided to be more open, it would be because the people, party and country is strong enough.
So what a bunch of complainers come to T square and hold signs (happens in the States all the time).
Feedback from the citizens is essential information.

Dissent comes in 2 forms.
Sincere and not.
A person who complains for reasons that are real and true, should be heard.
A person who protests, out of "foreign interests", is totally different.
That would be treason, in America and would be the same in China.
It would be pretty easy for the government to know the difference between the two.


All the CPC needs to do, is to be clear (no matter the reason for protest)....
It will NOT let China enter into a civil war EVER again!

China IS Strong Enough!!!!!




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An interesting read:

               How Outsourcing Jobs Affects the U.S. Economy
   
    By Kimberly Amadeo
    Updated March 19, 2018

    Job outsourcing is when U.S. companies hire foreign workers instead of Americans. In 2013, U.S. overseas affiliates employed 14 million workers. The four industries most affected are technology, call centers, human resources, and manufacturing.
    How It Affects the Economy

    Job outsourcing helps U.S. companies be more competitive in the global marketplace. It allows them to sell to foreign markets with overseas branches. They keep labor costs low by hiring in emerging markets with lower standards of living. That lowers prices on the goods they ship back to the United States.

    The main negative effect of outsourcing is it increases U.S. unemployment. The 14 million outsourced jobs are almost double the 7.5 million unemployed Americans. If all those jobs returned, it would be enough to also hire the 5.7 million who are working part-time but would prefer full-time positions.

    That assumes the jobs could, in fact, return to the United States. Many foreign employees are hired to help with local marketing, contacts, and language. It also assumes the unemployed here have the skills needed for those positions. Would American workers be willing to accept the low wages paid to foreign employees? If not, American consumers would be forced to pay higher prices.

    Donald Trump said he would bring jobs back during the 2016 presidential campaign. To do this, he would renegotiate NAFTA. He also threatened to impose tariffs on imports from Mexico and China. That would raise the prices of products made in those countries. That benefits companies that make all their products in America. Without tariffs, it can be difficult for American-made goods to compete with cheaper foreign goods.

    Imposing laws to artificially restrict job outsourcing could make U.S. companies less competitive. If they are forced to hire expensive U.S. workers, they would raise prices and increase costs for consumers.

    The pressure to outsource might lead some companies to even move their whole operation, including headquarters, overseas. Others might not be able to compete with higher costs and would be forced out of business.

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An interesting read:

               How Outsourcing Jobs Affects the U.S. Economy

another reason China is strong enough

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emanreus Post time: 2018-6-24 14:48
An interesting read:

               How Outsourcing Jobs Affects the U.S. Economy

If American companies moved their whole operation overseas then they would no longer be able to sell their product(s) in the US without being subjected to the same tariffs (just like the ones to be imposed on China).

So it would behoove these American companies to stay put because the US is the worlds largest consumer market. There is no way these American companies will move.

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