China opens gas pipe from Myanmar

Jul 29, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Bangkok Post

China has switched on a new pipeline bringing natural gas from Myanmar, a state company said Monday, in a project that has raised concerns in Myanmar's nascent civil society about whether its giant neighbour's resource grabs will benefit local people.

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El ameen

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The solution of the world is out talking saying there will never be peace in the world untill the realities of god is non well and understand and jealousy,hypocresy,discriminat ion and dishonesty must be stope so that peace shall preveal the whole world abdullahi bin abdullah isah zahiran
PAULshykora ARTs

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Jul 29, 2013
 
..well..the GAS Deal..is..Okay..eh..yada u u...(+)..$$$..shalom
amcummer

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Jul 29, 2013
 
The Chinese are consumers are unleashed now. Watch them outdo the US by 4X in oil consumptions easily. They are more than 4X the populations of US and their highways are already clog with very heavy traffic so.
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Jul 30, 2013
 
amcummer wrote:
The Chinese are consumers are unleashed now. Watch them outdo the US by 4X in oil consumptions easily. They are more than 4X the populations of US and their highways are already clog with very heavy traffic so.
I think we'll see hybrids and electric cars become the norm in 10 to 15 years. Public transportation, by bus and subway, will continue to be utilized more in China and most of Asia than in the states. Taipei used to have horrible traffic but now with its network of subway and bus lines, commuting has become quick, efficient and affordable.
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China: bus every 5 minutes
America: bus every 2 hours
Bob Burns

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China: bus 15 cents US
America: bus $2.50
Bob Burns

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China: Can't tell you the number of times people have gotten up and insist I sit(I'm an older guy)
America: Never know if you'll get off alive
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Bob Burns wrote:
China: Can't tell you the number of times people have gotten up and insist I sit(I'm an older guy)
America: Never know if you'll get off alive
They do the same for pregnant women or a parent with young kids. That's something we need to do better in the states. We need to teach our kids to be more courteous and respectful.
gengis khan

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2 Cents wrote:
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I think we'll see hybrids and electric cars become the norm in 10 to 15 years. Public transportation, by bus and subway, will continue to be utilized more in China and most of Asia than in the states. Taipei used to have horrible traffic but now with its network of subway and bus lines, commuting has become quick, efficient and affordable.
But Taiwan is not china you fool
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Jul 31, 2013
 
Now you do not hear about traffic problems in India.
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gengis khan wrote:
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But Taiwan is not china you fool
Whatever. Per the 1992 consensus, both the Republic of China and People's Republic of China agree that there is only one China. Look it up.
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We all know that China and Taiwan are one country and that Taiwan is a part of China except Bll.
gengis khan

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Whatever. Per the 1992 consensus, both the Republic of China and People's Republic of China agree that there is only one China. Look it up.
well "2cents" that is "noncents" there was never any "1992 consensus" and if you live in Taiwan, then you know it.
It was, and is a figment of the KMT's imagination.
Look that up. and enjoy your stay in our country, and the Filapino maids

Since: Aug 08

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Aug 1, 2013
 
gengis khan wrote:
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well "2cents" that is "noncents" there was never any "1992 consensus" and if you live in Taiwan, then you know it.
It was, and is a figment of the KMT's imagination.
Look that up. and enjoy your stay in our country, and the Filapino maids
Billytard:

Let me teach you some logic here. You don't live in Taiwan either so logically your statement:" if you live in Taiwan, then you know it" includes you too, which means you don't know anything either, so like always, you are full of shit
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gengis khan wrote:
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well "2cents" that is "noncents" there was never any "1992 consensus" and if you live in Taiwan, then you know it.
It was, and is a figment of the KMT's imagination.
Look that up. and enjoy your stay in our country, and the Filapino maids
Are you A-bian? When did the warden give you internet privileges?
gengis khan

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Billytard:
Let me teach you some logic here. You don't live in Taiwan either so logically your statement:" if you live in Taiwan, then you know it" includes you too, which means you don't know anything either, so like always, you are full of shit
Dozy hoe, let me teach you some REAL logic...
you don't live in our country TAIWAN. You live in a commie one party state that is despised world wide. so logically, how could you comment on our country TAIWAN?.
Dozy hoe, even though you work for a Taiwanese company in china, and you have wet dreams about becoming a TAIWANESE, plz don't ever, I repeat EVER, think that you are anything but a little commie grovelling toad. ok?

Since: Aug 08

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gengis khan wrote:
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Dozy hoe, let me teach you some REAL logic...
you don't live in our country TAIWAN. You live in a commie one party state that is despised world wide. so logically, how could you comment on our country TAIWAN?.
Dozy hoe, even though you work for a Taiwanese company in china, and you have wet dreams about becoming a TAIWANESE, plz don't ever, I repeat EVER, think that you are anything but a little commie grovelling toad. ok?
Billytard, you sound more and more like a mentally unstable postal worker out of South Central LA, what made you think anybody wants to be a island midget like you? Hahahaha, not even your mama hahahahahaha
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Aug 2, 2013
 
I really do not have anything against China, they are just going to be our chief rival for centuries to come. They do well we do well, we do a lot of trades together. We will in time open many pipelines in Asia.

Since: Aug 08

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gengis khan wrote:
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Dozy hoe, let me teach you some REAL logic...
you don't live in our country TAIWAN. You live in a commie one party state that is despised world wide. so logically, how could you comment on our country TAIWAN?.
Dozy hoe, even though you work for a Taiwanese company in china, and you have wet dreams about becoming a TAIWANESE, plz don't ever, I repeat EVER, think that you are anything but a little commie grovelling toad. ok?
Billyretardo, the real logic is 10% of you midgets are living in China otherwise you die bitter and hungry, like you are now. Nobody had decent education wants to settle in your cruel slave island, maybe General Chiang Kai Shek should wipe you monkeys out in the first place so we don't have to deal with such low iq monkeys like you and Ah bian hahahahahahaha
Andrez Lopez

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Aug 5, 2013
 
Putting insults aside, the gas pipeline is a positive sign of prosperity to the region.

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