Skip to comments.Rice Warns China to Make Major Economic Changes
Posted on 08/19/2005 3:34:20 PM PDT by maui_hawaii
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice warned this week that China must make significant structural changes in its economic policies, lest it remain "a problem for the international economy."
In an interview on Wednesday, Ms. Rice also laid out the administration's concerns about China's military buildup, its human rights record and its restrictions on religious freedom. Her unusually sharp criticism was a clear indication of the administration's ambivalence and frustration with China, even as officials prepare for a state visit next month by the president of China, Hu Jintao, his first visit since taking office in 2003. In her speeches and news conferences, Ms. Rice usually maintains a positive tone about China. She often says relations with the government in Beijing "are at their best ever."
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Good luck, Donna Quixote Rice.
Ms. Rice is not the one that China needs to worry about. Its everyone else.
It is refreshing to have a SoS that can connect the dots, that actually knows something and has a real education.
China has been a problem for the U.S. economy for sometime.They've got a stranglehold on our economy. Try shopping for American made products and you will likely find goods made in China leading the pack. American made goods? As hard to find as a genuine public servant in Washington.
Well, that ought to take care of it.