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Sunday, May 28, 2006

China influence in Brazil worries U.S.

Filed under: China in Latin America
While the United States has been fighting its war on terror, a new political idea has begun to punch through with such weight that alarm bells have begun ringing loudly in Washington: China's unrelenting rise in the developing world, and most notably in America's own backyard.
Under the slogan of "peaceful rising", China is selling itself to the developing world as an alternative model for ending poverty.

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