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Wednesday, March 22, 2006 / Asia-Pacific / China - China's competitiveness 'on the decline': "The competitiveness of China's manufacturing industries has suffered serious erosion over the past year, according to one of the world's largest trade sourcing companies."

Of course. China will face two choices, either one of which will be good for the West. 1. loosen the strings of the command economy [communism] and accept more capitalism; this will put more intense pressure to expand democracy and move toward peace with the West. 2. tighten the strings of the command economy in a desperate attempt to become or to stay competitive. Result: less competitive, for communism is never competitive. Collapse.
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