Discussion in 'Politics' started by JoeB131, Sep 28, 2011.
Yup, this is disheartening.
Coca-Cola chief criticises US tax rules - FT.com
Coca Cola touting Communism, nice.
It's not a matter of control, it's a matter of being business friendly.
if I want to set up a factory in China, the government will bend over backwards to help me.
If I want to set up a factory in the US, they are making sure that I won't be stepping on any snail darters...
In other words, a Communist Government is not bad for business..............sure you're conservative?
yes china is exploytation ready.
If they love china they can move there for all I care.
then we can charge tarriffs for their nasty assed product and sales of other drinks will soar in the US.
This is a perfect example of how the corps see the US.
merely a place to sell product and they will bail on us for an extra dime.
We should return the sentiment
Sluts typically are friendlier than chaste women.
The Chinese stopped being "Communist" a very long time ago. Please don't be dishonest.
Personally, I'm not thrilled with China's growth, but we have to look at what they are doing right.
They are not treating business as the "enemy".
At least until the bill comes due editec
China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The People's Republic of China is a single-party state governed by the Communist Party of China (CPC). The PRC exercises jurisdiction over 22 provinces, five autonomous regions, four directly-controlled municipalities (Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, and Chongqing), and two largely self-governing former European colonies, Hong Kong and Macau, as special administrative regions (SARs). Its capital city is Beijing. The PRC also claims as a 23rd province the island of Taiwan, which is controlled by the Government of Republic of China (ROC). This claim of Taiwan is controversial and related to the complex political status of Taiwan and the unresolved Chinese Civil War.
oh word, what are they now would you say? their censorship and shit is still in full effect, i know that for a fact
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