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Priority number1, how to make China stable even without economic growth   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2012-7-31 12:00:20 |Display all floors
The mods gave this the mediators choice.


But it is a silly idea.


The only reason China is competitive is because the Chinese lives in dorms and 500 ft apartments.....and work like ants.


If the Chinese ever starts living like the Americans and Australians, they will l.ick the Chinese ass for lunch.
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Post time 2012-7-31 12:38:12 |Display all floors
Revolutionar Post time: 2012-7-31 12:00
The mods gave this the mediators choice.

Word.
Speakuh charese?

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Post time 2012-7-31 13:35:54 |Display all floors
Well, let's just assume 0% or negative growth for argument sake.

HOw can China stabilize itself when under that condition?  Some people are whining here that it will NEVER happen, but  One old saying.

"HOpe for BEst and Prepare for Worst"   and the worst if when CHina experiment no economic growth overall.

Deurbanization of populated cities is the STrongest Pressure Reliever.

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Post time 2012-7-31 16:14:35 |Display all floors
zglobal Post time: 2012-7-31 14:08
It can't

Not with wages growth continuing out of control.

that's unacceptable, a strong country should able to stabilize itself under adverse condition.

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