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Aren't they the same thing? Open to all the same forms of corruption but without free market competition?
Ze'_enigma Of Dissidence..!!!
China poses a dilemma for our conservative economists and politicians. In one way it's a socialist (communist) government and society, but at the same time it is exploiting its people to create a western-style society of entrepreneurs, businesses, investments and trade so that it can compete in the global market place. I'll be interested to hear President Bush's comments on his visit to the county for the Olympics. I wonder if he'll come home with the same comment he made when met Russian President Putin: (To paraphrase) "I looked into the eyes of the Chinese people and saw a government I can trust."