With anemic economic recovery and persistent high unemployment in the US, some US lawmakers again are scapegoating China for America's self-induced, domestic economic woes.
China-bashing has been a cancer and a handy tool in US electoral politics, useless to cure US economic ailments but seriously plaguing the Sino-US relations.
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Last week at the Democratic National Convention, held in Charlotte, North Carolina, a woman peddling bumper stickers outside the event's venue shouted to passers-by: "Not Made in China".
The latest of China's policies intended to make the country's slowing economy more stable targets trade and is meant to prevent mass unemployment, keep up the momentum of foreign trade and assist in the world's economic recovery.
The gloomier economic indicators China has seen for August are giving rise to worries that the country's economic growth will further decelerate and to calls for further stimulus measures.
A third round of quantitative easing in the United States may stimulate growth but also increase pressure concerning the appreciation and inflation of the yuan, according to economists.
A massive stimulus plan to boost the economy is not only unlikely, but would be detrimental to the country's sustainable growth.
It appears that the world economy is tottering back into recession again despite the efforts of countries since the 2008 global financial crisis.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea has been China's friendly neighbor for decades. It is also a country of strategic importance to China, and the two countries attach great importance to their traditional friendship. Their strengthening economic cooperation will continue to play an important role in the consolidation and development of bilateral relations.
Premier Wen Jiabao's recent words on fiscal measures show that China has the resolve and the financial means to promote stable economic growth despite its current difficulties.
Increasing the number of serious diseases that are covered by medical insurance will lower patients' risk of being ruined by hefty medical bills. This is particularly true for rural residents.