Updated: 2011-10-17 07:59
Throwing caution to the winds
Comment on "China adamantly opposes US yuan bill" (China Daily, Oct 12)
It's not that the Chinese currency is undervalued, intentionally or otherwise. It's that American arrogance has forced it to overvalue its own labor as well as its currency.
When the United States adjusts its currency to ensure that a bottle of water costs 25 cents, which is what it is worth, it will find itself once again profitable and thriving side by side with China.
Don Rechtman, on China Daily website
Helping people know the truth
China must oppose the US yuan bill, for the US still refuses to admit that it is its own fault in finance and trade issues, which has led to the current situation.
Look at the "Occupying Wall Street" protest.
People are frustrated by the fundamental problems in their economy and their political systems. If these messages cannot make politicians realize something, then the American people may continue to protest until someone stands up to do something to change it.
StarOne, on China Daily website
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(China Daily 10/17/2011 page9)