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How time fly.

How will China  fulfilled its obligations after joining  WTO  .

How will openningup further to draw more investment and cooperation

what is the conflict in the framework of WTO.

sOMETHING  CHINA CAN DO or Can not do    be maintain its membership well in WTO,AND PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE

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Post time 2004-10-29 16:42:30 |Display all floors

quoted...Changing China

Changing China

China is more than a rising power -- it is a changing country. The forces inside China that are spurring development are transforming the role of the state, attitudes toward the rule of law, and the place of individuals within the society. With a touch of irony, as China opens to the world, it is reopening opportunities for the Chinese people to draw upon old traditions, too.

A Chinese official shared with me some observations about the ripple effects of China’s accession to the WTO. To begin, he said that the Chinese had to invent a word for "win-win." The concept was unfamiliar to the old China. The wind blew from the east or west. A man was alive or dead. One won or lost. So I took special note upon leaving Beijing two weeks ago that Vice Premier Wu Yi told the media that our cooperation on the Doha WTO negotiations could create a "win-win" result for both developing and developed countries.

Although the Chinese had applied the concept of transparency in the physical sciences, they had not recognized the concept in commercial relations. To the contrary, one of those many old Chinese sayings warned that, "Fish that swim in clear water do not survive." Now, the terms of China’s WTO accession are requiring transparency in many aspects of the economy.

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