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If China once again subidises one more major part of it’s economy, it will tailspin into oblivian that much faster. It’s financial dependance on increasing overseas trade while underpaying it’s workforce will require a level of control over world trade that would cost their nation dearly. They just don’t have that kind of enforced flexibility left as the world wide recession continues to drain them severely and pressure mounts on there currency. Having acess to a large workforce has it’s limits as far as advantatge in the present world economy.

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