China’s rulers are keen to showcase their efforts to give the people a say in government...
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by Scott Greene | Nov 11, 2011
The Chinese government hiked interest rates and tightened limits on bank lending and mortgage availability in an effort to tame inflation and prevent a stimulus-induced housing bubble from bursting, and The New York Times notes...
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