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Post time 2011-4-24 22:00:08 |Display all floors
SHANGHAI - Shanghai is actively taking measures to respond to a truck drivers' strike recently due to high fuel prices, a spokesman with the municipal government said Friday.

New policies, including lowering fee standards and removing nonstandard fees, rolled out Friday, said the spokesman, adding all ports in Shanghai were operating normally.

On Wednesday, some truck drivers stopped work due to rising fuel costs and some other reasons such as high fees.

China's inflation hit a 32-month high of 5.4 percent in March.

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Post time 2011-4-25 06:37:49 |Display all floors
source: Chinadaily.com

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Post time 2011-4-25 06:54:45 |Display all floors
Problems are everywhere.
e.g.
U.S.A is on the recovering after the collapse of property boom.

The question is that what and how we do when these problems emerge out?

We would have a better future if we fix them, not ignore them.

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Post time 2011-4-25 07:20:35 |Display all floors
For this news in Chinadaily, I think it's a good news.

At least it solve the problem, though maybe not the root problem.

Both Government and Chinese people need to compromise.

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