China blocks Bloomberg site after rep...

China blocks Bloomberg site after report on leader

There are 43 comments on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer story from Jun 29, 2012, titled China blocks Bloomberg site after report on leader. In it, Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports that:

China blocked access to Bloomberg's website on the mainland after the business and financial news agency published a report Friday detailing the multimillion-dollar assets of relatives of the man set to become the country's next president.

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Mackenzie, Canada

#43 Jul 8, 2012
Filmalay wrote:
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I don't think that's the real reason. The Chinese people are jumping out of the Ship called China.
yes and your 86 IQ is going to tell us a lot...

even if Chinese are running away from China... at least where they end up going they dominate the economy...

we know you Filipinos for sure are running away from the Philippines


where ever you Filipinos go.... you go to be someone elses servant...


Sunday, December 02, 2007

Landless Chinese farmers migrate to Africa in search of agricultural opportunities

Jacques Cassiman, a famous European geneticist with a heart for Africa, was once asked what the future has in store for Europe's youth, who live in a continent whose population is ageing rapidly. His answer: in a 'reverse migration' of sorts, the creative and courageous ones will move to Africa, where they will find countless exciting opportunities no longer available in the old, grey continent. And when they migrate, they will be surprised to find many Chinese collegues in their newfound African homeland.

It seems like the Afro-optimist's vision is partly becoming a reality. China's presence in Africa is growing rapidly. As is well known, the People's Republic is involved in massive infrastructure projects, in the construction sector, in the oil and minerals industry. But what few people know is that more and more poor Chinese farmers are migrating to the continent too, in search for agricultural opportunities

In fact, the Chinese government is actively encouraging them to do so. Landless and small farmers, as well as rural Chinese forced off their land and unable to find urban jobs in the emerging megacities are called on by the country's Export-Import Bank to move to Africa to become farm owners and practise their agricultural skills.

Rural exodus
China's rapid urbanisation is transforming millions of farmers into urban dwellers - a process described by some as the largest rural exodus in the history of mankind - but finding them jobs is becoming increasingly difficult.

The plans for the city of Chongqing speak for themselves: under a National Development and Reform Commission plan for rapid urbanisation, the place is being turned into a gigantic megalopolis that will house several tens of millions of people. The central government embarked on an economic policy that is aimed at developing western China - the 'China Western Development strategy'- and Chongqing is planned to become the 'Gateway' that will open up this part of the country. Chongqing is located at the head of the reservoir behind the Three Gorges Dam and will see ocean going ships arrive at its quays soon. Beijing wants the city to become the 'Chicago of the East', and is pumping billions into its infrastructures.

The project is estimated to result in the transformation of some 12 million farmers into urbanites by 2020. A large proportion of these relocated people will not find jobs easily and would be better of utilizing their skills to help both African farmers and themselves - so the government thinks.

Li Ruogu, head of the Chinese Export-Import Bank, explains the overseas migration plan, the logic of which is simple but powerful.

Chongqing is well experienced in agricultural mass production, while in Africa there is plenty of land but food production is unsatisfactory. There is huge room for co-operation on both sides. We have already supported several agricultural projects in Africa, all of which are generating very sound profits. Chongqing's labour exports have just started, but they will take off once we convince the farmers to become landlords abroad.[...] the bank will give full support to the farmers in terms of capital investment, project development and product-selling channels.

Chongqing's deputy mayor Zhou Mubing says the local authorities and business sector too will encourage farmers to go

Since: Jun 12

Shanghai, China

#44 Jul 8, 2012
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dont like it then MOVE....
your a white wannabee anyways
as a black one, I prefer black guys


#45 Jul 13, 2012
cy_nano wrote:
we do need freedoms on the internet.
we knew our gov. try to hide sth, such as Tiananmen.
we are tired of using VPN or Freegate...
They are hiding a lot more than just that..........

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