Crunch may put price tag on environment
Crunch may put price tag on environment A farmer walks on a dried-up pond on the outskirts of Baokang, central China's Hubei province, in this June 10, 2007 file photo.
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#1 Oct 23, 2008
I cannot say that China is likely to act boldly on pollution. While a totalitarian state and thus able to order things done by edict, pollution doesn't have priority over economy.
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#2 Oct 23, 2008
The first problem is where are they going to get the money and the second is inflation devauling that same money. Not to mention a third problem of people cheating the system.
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