What Issues Should be Addressed During the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue?

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
July 24, 2009
President Obama Names Special Representatives to U.S.-China Dialogue

This week, the first joint meeting of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue will be held in Washington, D.C. from July 27-28, 2009. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner will be joined for the Dialogue by their respective Chinese Co-Chairs, State Councilor Dai Bingguo and Vice Premier Wang Qishan. The Dialogue will focus on addressing the challenges and opportunities that both countries face on a wide range of bilateral, regional and global areas of immediate and long-term strategic and economic interests. This first meeting of the Dialogue also will set the stage for intensive, ongoing and future bilateral cooperative mechanisms.

What issues should be addressed at the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue?

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Patty
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Texas, USA
July 24, 2009

Patty in Texas writes:

Development of viable sustainable energy sources.

William
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Alaska, USA
July 24, 2009

William in Alaska writes:

Present a goal to collaborate with respective parties on green endeavor to benefit the poor and vulnerable. Introduce a concept with potential for acceptance among large populations that climate crisis presents opportunity for life changing advancement within the current generation.

Zharkov
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United States
July 24, 2009

Zharkov in U.S.A. writes:

China wants reassurance that the Obama Administration will rescue the purchasing power of the dollar, which is now worth 4 cents compared with the value of the dollar when the Federal Reserve was created.

The Federal Reserve's record on preserving the value of our currency stinks - even morons could do better.

China can see what we have done to our currency and they want us to stop. They know we are doomed if we continue to borrow and spend.

If you are looking for collaborators to help you govern the world, you might start with a dollar rescue. Otherwise, the dollar will soon reach the point of no return when nobody wants it. Or was that the plan?

Ron
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New York, USA
July 24, 2009

Ron in New York writes:

Four year Plan to acheive U.S.-China debt relief tied to Four year Plan for China's ......goal achievement. (fill in the blank).

Vee
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United States
July 27, 2009

Vee in U.S.A. writes:

Tell China we're ending their trade pact because were fed up with all their crap they send over here, that breaks and falls apart.

Chris M.
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New Jersey, USA
July 25, 2009

Chris in New Jersey writes:

The United States and China are two of Africa's most important trading partners. China's influence in Africa is growing by the day. Can the United States persuade China not to reward corrupt regimes in Africa?

RC
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Massachusetts, USA
July 25, 2009

RC in Massachusetts writes:

Would anyone believes that U.S. can do good to the world when it can't even do good to itself, its own people?

nancy c.
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California, USA
July 25, 2009

Nancy in California writes:

other than economic issues, which I would guess are the most critical, how about cooperation with regards to North Korea and Iran? Also putting more oversight in places with regards to exports of food, toys, etc. Can the chinese help with Myanmar (Sui Kyi) and the 2 women being held in N. Korea.

joe
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Tennessee, USA
July 25, 2009

Joe in Tennessee writes:

1. Fair Trade which IS fair trade. The possibility of re imposition of Tariffs on trade which is subsidized or owned by the Chinese Government; which in effect is against all democratic ideology and non competitive.

2. An economic program which brings jobs BACK to America and Debut relief.

3. Quicker turn around of US currency flow.

4. True agreements with Russia on Economic policies, energy and long term military strategic goals.you would almost think they were getting together with a tag team methodology in both economic and military goals against the United States if you step back and view the world situational histology without looking at ONE TREE.

5. Explanation of computer spy ware development and attacks against DOD and Defense Industries within the United States and elsewhere. What is their purpose?

6. What is their direct interest in South America and long term plans. Since they are moving population bases into our border countries, what is their long range goals and how will it effect the United States? Simple issues as the monopolistic goal of energy and food would place the US back in a position of self dependency or as you call it polarization. If that is a goal, the economics would suggest we start now.

7. It is NOT A GAME. They are not a democracy...and if you haven't noticed, democracy is being attacked world wide.

Toni
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Minnesota, USA
July 26, 2009

Toni in Minnesota writes:

1. Human rights.
2. Treatment of Uighurs.
3. General handling of dissent.

Wendy
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California, USA
July 26, 2009

Wendy in California writes:

Study how we can put people first in our national and international planning -- people and the planet (the people's home) -- before giga-profit. Some people can still get Very Rich, but designing international rules to keep The Greedy paying their fair share would be a good start.

Get filthy rich, but more slowly and more kindly.

Helen
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Taiwan
July 26, 2009

Helen in Taiwan writes:

If you include Taiwan issue in China policy, you will have no solution at all. If you consider that I am just a Chinese but a Taiwanese and the representative of Creator, you get the attitute of no resuce. God bless you!

Colleen N.
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Virginia, USA
July 27, 2009

Colleen in Virginia writes:

As you enter into your meeting this week with the Vice Premier and State Councilor from China keep in mind what has happened in the last 8 months to many families in the United States. Yet, another product from China, Chinese drywall, has poisoned American citizens and this time, has also destroyed our homes and their contents. If you or any government representative questions this then I invite you to my home to see personally what this drywall has done and to hear our story.

A senior administrative official has stated, "Perhaps the most important message we are going to have for the Chinese is that there has been a fundamental change in the U.S. economy." This should not be our most important message to the Chinese government. Our most important message should be that our country is not going to stand for these dangerous imports any longer. We expect China to pay for what they have done to the tens of thousands of homes that have been destroyed in the United States and to set up a fund for any further problems stemming from exposure to Chinese drywall.

Homeowners that have been affected by this dangerous import of drywall should not have to wait years for lawsuits to run through the court system in order to have their lives restored! For years, Chinese products have been recalled by the United States CPSC, and yet, we still have continued to allow these imports. It has now become impossible to purchase products for our homes, things that we sleep on and eat with, that are not manufactured in China. The United States government did not protect it's citizens when it allowed these toxic Chinese products to enter our country and now we expect our representatives to step up and take notice that we as American citizens will no longer stand for this. We expect our government to help return manufacturing to this country and help create jobs for it's citizens, here at home, so that we can purchase safe products for our families!

Mrs, Clinton, please be sure to keep this in mind as you meet with the Chinese delegates and know that we as U.S. citizens will continue to work for our own personal ban on Chinese made products.

Karen
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Texas, USA
July 27, 2009

Karen in Texas writes:

As you enter into your meeting this week with the Vice Premier and State Councilor from China keep in mind what has happened in the last 8 months to many families in the United States. Yet, another product from China, Chinese drywall, has poisoned American citizens and this time, has also destroyed our homes and their contents

A senior administrative official has stated, "Perhaps the most important message we are going to have for the Chinese is that there has been a fundamental change in the U.S. economy." This should not be our most important message to the Chinese government. Our most important message should be that our country is not going to stand for these dangerous imports any longer. We expect China to pay for what they have done to the tens of thousands of homes that have been destroyed in the United States and to set up a fund for any further problems stemming from exposure to Chinese drywall.

Homeowners that have been affected by this dangerous import of drywall should not have to wait years for lawsuits to run through the court system in order to have their lives restored! For years, Chinese products have been recalled by the United States CPSC, and yet, we still have continued to allow these imports. It has now become impossible to purchase products for our homes, things that we sleep on and eat with, that are not manufactured in China. The United States government did not protect it's citizens when it allowed these toxic Chinese products to enter our country and now we expect our representatives to step up and take notice that we as American citizens will no longer stand for this. We expect our government to help return manufacturing to this country and help create jobs for it's citizens, here at home, so that we can purchase safe products for our families!

Mrs. Clinton, please be sure to keep this in mind as you meet with the Chinese delegates and know that we as US citizens will continue to work for our own personal ban on Chinese made products.

Tuan
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Virginia, USA
July 26, 2009

Tuan in Virginia writes:

As you enter into your meeting this week with the Vice Premier and State Councilor from China keep in mind what has happened in the last 8 months to many families in the United States. Yet, another product from China, Chinese drywall, has poisoned American citizens and this time, has also destroyed our homes and their contents. If you or any government representative questions this then I invite you to my home to see personally what this drywall has done and to hear our story.

A senior administrative official has stated, "Perhaps the most important message we are going to have for the Chinese is that there has been a fundamental change in the U.S. economy." This should not be our most important message to the Chinese government. Our most important message should be that our country is not going to stand for these dangerous imports any longer. We expect China to pay for what they have done to the tens of thousands of homes that have been destroyed in the United States and to set up a fund for any further problems stemming from exposure to Chinese drywall.
Homeowners that have been affected by this dangerous import of drywall should not have to wait years for lawsuits to run through the court system in order to have their lives restored! For years, Chinese products have been recalled by the United States CPSC, and yet, we still have continued to allow these imports. It has now become impossible to purchase products for our homes, things that we sleep on and eat with, that are not manufactured in China. The United States government did not protect its citizens when it allowed these toxic Chinese products to enter our country and now we expect our representatives to step up and take notice that we as American citizens will no longer stand for this. We expect our government to help return manufacturing to this country and help create jobs for its citizens, here at home, so that we can purchase safe products for our families!

Mrs, Clinton, please be sure to keep this in mind as you meet with the Chinese delegates and know that we as U.S. citizens will continue to work for our own personal ban on Chinese made products.

Nathan
July 26, 2009

Nathan writes:

Please address the safety of products imported from China and the work conditions of the workers creating them.

Heather
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Virginia, USA
July 27, 2009

Heather in Virginia writes:

Madam Secretary of State: I would very much appreciate that in the course of your Economic Dialogue with the State Councilor Dai Bingguo and Vice Premier Wang Qishan you would keep in mind the quality of products being exported to the United States. As I am sure you are aware in the past 8 months many American families and businesses have fallen victim to the effects of toxic dry wall imported from Chinese companies. Families, in order to preserve their health have been forced to abandon their homes and belongings and honest businessmen have been forced to destroy their inventory and file for bankruptcy. As it stands now there is no recourse for these people and unfortunately this is not an anomaly. The news is filled with faulty products leading to unhealthy side effects for our citizens be it toxic paints in children's toys or additives in food products. Quality control is imperative to operate in a global economy and China's position on the world's stage precipitates it stepping up to accept a leadership role.

I know that as the United States borrows more and more from China in order to make our ecomomy stronger it is prudent not to whine too loudly. However, I do think many of us are concerned with the safety of our families and have lost confidence in the Chinese government and our government to protect us and therefore have returned to the tried and true "caveat emptor.' I know that I read labels and have begun to make choices based on country of orgin. As more and more friends and friends of friends are effected I think this may become a trend that will effect the bottom line even when our economy recovers.

Thank you very much for addressing my concerns and I look forward to the change your council will bring.

jim
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New Jersey, USA
July 27, 2009

Jim in New Jersey writes:

My wife and I are losing our home because of the toxic chinese drywall. I have lost partial vision in one eye and my children and wife were sick as well. We are all recovering after vacating the home but are losing 20 years of savings because the CPSC let a toxic product into this country and it ended up in the hands of our builder and ultimately in our home. The home is not livable, not able to be sold, not able to be financed or insured (other than through loyds of london). The banks don't care, they want their money and our government let this happen. The CPSC knew about this since 06 prior to us buying our home. We got screwed by everyone and including our government.

Tell the chinese to take the toxic crap back and give us our money and 20 years of our savings.

Would love to get a call from someone that can help because no one seems to care - at all.

Lisa
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Virginia, USA
July 27, 2009

Lisa in Virginia writes:

I would like for Secretary Clinton and Secretary Geithner to discuss the devastation that has occurred with the families that homes have Chinese Drywall in them.

My family has been forced to move out of our 2 year old home, leave EVERYTHING behind, been separated from our children that are only 5 and 7 for over a month (so that they could be in a safe home until we were able to move into a safe home), and homeowners insurance does not cover any of our lose. Not to mention the constant worrying about our family's health, what damage could have been done to my innocent children because we moved into our "dream" home! If my families hardship isn't enough to make you care maybe this fact is: if there are 100,000 homes affected with a minimum of $200,000 mortgage and all the homeowners stop paying their mortgage because they can not live in the homes that is $20,000,000,000 in foreclosed homes that are worthless and can not be sold to recover that loss!

I want to know why the President of our country has not addressed this serious issue that is effecting THOUSANDS of citizens! He stood and criticized the Bush administration for their slow reaction to helping the victims of hurricane Katrina well it has been over 8 months that this has been in the media in Florida and not one word from the Whitehouse! Where is our help our guiding hands? There is NONE! We Chinese Drywall Home-Mourners have been left for months with no answers and most with no homes! We need help and we need our President to reach out to us, to let us know he even cares about the hardship we are facing! We need to either stop importing from China until their factories are forced to follow the same guidelines and regulations that USA factories go by or we need to not import from them at all and bring the jobs home to the U.S.A.! That is what needs to be discussed!

Jeff
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China
July 27, 2009

Jeff in China writes:

I'd like to see secretaries Clinton and Geithner ask some tough questions about what China's true goals are in pushing the SDRs on the international financial system. We hear a lot about that on the news here in China, so it's obviously part of the PolitBuro's plan to see this through.

Regards,
Jeff

Ken
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Florida, USA
July 27, 2009

Ken in Florida writes:

What a disgrace. Our own government is not protecting the citizens of the United States. The U.S. should make China pay to replace each and every home that was affected. In today's horrible economy families are coping with staying afloat and now to be taken from your home and have your health affected due to poor oversight and cheap product is horrible. Boycott China and they will get the message that we will not stand for this nonsense.

I doubt any congressman or senator that was affected would stand for this!!!!

Chris
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Netherlands
July 27, 2009

Chris in the Netherlands writes:

Madame Secretary,

I am an American studying in the Netherlands. I believe that experience of this tiny country has a great deal to share with the U.S. concerning foreign policy.

Despite it's minute geography, the Netherlands has brought the world 3 of the world's 10 largest corporations. Nevertheless, like a good business, the government here has spotted promising world trends, namely the resurgence of Chinese and Indian economic importance.

The Dutch encourage international cooperation through dozens of means, most significantly, through the liberal granting of student visas and grants to study in this country. Their aim is to develop a cultural and economic affiliation in the hearts and minds of future Chinese leaders at this early stage.

China may posses an overwhelming population, but the United States has much to offer technologically and culturally. I believe we ought to initiate programs that link the success of China more closely to that of the United States and strengthen our cultural ties so that the Chinese people remain our allies.

As we witness throughout history, governments come and go, and official opinion changes, but the most important thing you can offer the Chinese nation is a clear and overt opportunity to learn from America and participate in our economic success.

Thank you,
Chris

Hailing
|
China
July 27, 2009

Hailing in China writes:

Extremely Heavy Violations of Human Rights in Medical Systems in China
Dear Sir or Madam:

Doctors' neglects are growing dramatically due to lack of punishments in China. Doctors judges and other related officers are becoming real criminal syndicate due to close economic ties in China. They do frauds in medical records and all kinds of professional evaluations in order to protect their benefits as a whole. There is no justice for ordinary patients whose human right had been violated by doctors. There's no safe health care system and no justice in judiciary system due to the heavy corruption.

I'm a Chinese Canada and my then seven years old son's left hand function was destroyed by doctor's neglects after a fracture around his left elbow in January 2008 at Beijing Jishuitan Hospital during a winter break. As a matter of fact, he suffered from Volkmann's ischemic contracture after he was given a tight cast in the emergency room. It was said that I didn't bribe the doctors at the beginning was to blame for my son's disability. Later, doctors in this hospital continued mistreating and torturing him while he was a child patient in this hospital. They also did countless fraud in his treatment record. I had to stay in china for his further physical therapy and investigated the reason of his disable.

While I stayed with my son for the physical therapy in the past one and half year, I searched and tried all possible treatments for him. These included traditional Chinese medicine, massage, acupuncture and moxibustion, and other kinds of treatments. I helped him practice as much as I can. Meanwhile, I investigated the true reason that caused my son's disability. I visited several famous doctors to confirm the cause of the V.I.C. I talked with countless patients who were suffered from doctors' mistakes and neglects. I typed lots of important conversations between doctors and patients. I studied all the Chinese laws that related to medical disputes. I consulted several lawyers who specialized in medical cases. I was very confident that it was the doctor's full mistake that caused my son's disability before I filed the lawsuit in January, 2009.

However, after I sued the hospital and quickly figured out that the judge had a bias against me, he even dealt the case illegally in order to help the hospital. I had to try all the other possible solutions to help my son get justice. I wrote to minister of health's public email complained for doctor's neglects. I got no answer. I wrote to prime minister's email. It was turned out without reply. I went for petition twice. The people who worked there just making a living by listening to people??s complain. The talks were no any help to the justice. I went to minister of health personally and made a complainant, it turned out to be a big quarrel with the lady who worked there. I complained to the mayor of Beijing on line. No result either. I wrote to Chinese consultation in Toronto complain about the violation of my son's children right, no reply either. The Canada embassy helped me fax my complainant to the Supreme Court of PRC asking for the transparency of the case, I don't think it going to do any use.

After I experienced dealing with the doctors, other related officer, relative agencies, judges and did all the attempt tries in order to get justice for my son, I finally figured out that they all stand in the same side protected the benefit of the hospital which owned by the government and against the victims. They acted like a criminal gang against each individual victim. I figured out almost all case were injustice unless the victim was happen to be a high rank officers. According to other victim's experience, there's another way to win a case if the victim is not dealing with a major hospital, to bribe all the related officers, the lawyer who worked for the other side and the judge. It's going to be very expensive and risky to win a case this way because both sides would bribe the officers who dealt with the case. However, there's no fair way of winning a case for any victim in china due to the heavy corruptions in the medical system and judiciary system.

It was said that the only local newspaper named XinJingBao wasn't fully controlled by the communist party. However, one of my friends told me that a journalist he knew told him that it was illegal to report a case which is in the processing in China. This is also part of the strategy that blocks the transparency of any case. It seemed to me that I had no way to get any transparency and justice after I sued the hospital. Everything was manipulated by the hospital and some doctors due to their great "networking" and super power.

Sincerely
Hailing Lu
July27,2009

palgye
|
South Korea
July 27, 2009

Palgye in South Korea writes:

Dear to ......

(the problem of China is huge too and as remembers as it is writes.) sorry,,,

From the simplicity assembly and manufacture nation - will make change in the mass consumption nation of intermediate level degree quality and,

The problem of China is thought the exchange rate policy of first time China,(Government bond of the United States)
The second about China senior problem of the preference which is not visible,
Third the irregularity and corruption which does to make the black market form - the law in compliance with a relationship yet, execution of the policy in compliance with the specific person problem.

To standing the question affecting human rights which is caused in the ethnic minority in the whole surface, the domestic demand consuming market of China without solves a economic crisis to, is many is been difficult, thinks that.

The United States, from alone consumes the commodity of the world-wide various nations until now and keeps comes but an economy almost and Recently China and bisects and makes the thing appears the dangerousness reduce.

Finance to entrusting same 3 industries, so far?

Detains more in inland where the development is slow the secondary industry which is symbolized with the chimney yet or west region production and consumption does to make become accomplished simultaneously, The military power too strong support developing with the direction which is not?
(The role of the mediator thinks from the dispute which is regional the thing which will be the possibility of doing)

-The ideology and the ideological system are thought that is fine.-

sorry..

Libby D.
|
Virginia, USA
July 27, 2009

Libby in Virginia writes:

As you enter into your meeting this week with the Vice Premier and State Councilor from China keep in mind what has happened in the last 8 months to many families in the United States. Yet, another product from China, Chinese drywall, has poisoned American citizens and this time, has also destroyed our homes and their contents

A senior administrative official has stated, "Perhaps the most important message we are going to have for the Chinese is that there has been a fundamental change in the U.S. economy." This should not be our most important message to the Chinese government. Our most important message should be that our country is not going to stand for these dangerous imports any longer. We expect China to pay for what they have done to the tens of thousands of homes that have been destroyed in the United States and to set up a fund for any further problems stemming from exposure to Chinese drywall.

Homeowners that have been affected by this dangerous import of drywall should not have to wait years for lawsuits to run through the court system in order to have their lives restored! For years, Chinese products have been recalled by the United States CPSC, and yet, we still have continued to allow these imports. It has now become impossible to purchase products for our homes, things that we sleep on and eat with, that are not manufactured in China. The United States government did not protect its citizens when it allowed these toxic Chinese products to enter our country and now we expect our representatives to step up and take notice that we as American citizens will no longer stand for this. We expect our government to help return manufacturing to this country and help create jobs for its citizens, here at home, so that we can purchase safe products for our families!

Mrs. Clinton, please be sure to keep this in mind as you meet with the Chinese delegates and know that we as US citizens will continue to work for our own personal ban on Chinese made products.

ellen
|
Indiana, USA
July 27, 2009

Ellen in Indiana writes:

Madam Secretary Clinton;
Would you please address the issue of Chinese Drywall in your strategic economic meetings with the Chinese this week. There are THOUSANDS of AMERICAN CITIZENS affected by the importation of Chinese Drywall in the years of the housing boom.

Many are with out a safe home, and what is a home if it isn't a safe haven for the family? These families have been living a nightmare, for they do not know how severely their health has been compromised. They have been financially ruined due to the importation of this poor quality drywall imported in from China. They have lost homes, belongings, have experienced health problems, security all because they wanted the All American Dream of owning a home. There is no safety net for those affected by this, no insurance is covering their losses, no government programs to help them recover, there is nothing but fear and more fear for these families. Litigation is not the answer for these people, litigation could take years and there is no amount of compensation that could cover the emotional stress that these people have been through on a daily basis for the past SEVERAL MONTHS!

How as the Greatest Nation on Earth did we allow this to happen to THOUSANDS of our citizens? Why has there been no answers for these families? When will our President address this issue that is affecting so many people?

Please let these people know that the Government is trying to help, that the government actually cares.

Druann A.
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North Carolina, USA
July 27, 2009

Druann in North Carolina writes:

I find it bitterly disturbing that proper and strict regulations are not in place for products that come into our country from China.

My cousin recently lost her home and the entire contents of her home because of TOXIC Chinese drywall. It's as if a fire swept through and destroyed the home, only if that were the case, at least someone would be responsible and her insurance would cover this tragic loss of both material and extremely personal items. She would have been far better off if there had been a fire.

I don't understand why Chinese manufacturers seem to be free to ship their toxic materials to our country. I wonder how much of their waste is in my home at this very moment that I am not even aware of. Is it any wonder the cancer rate is so high in America with all the dangerous toxins we're all exposed to everyday in everything from our food to the toys our children play with, to the very materials our homes are made of.

Please regulate what comes into our country, and hire the proper number of inspectors to make sure we are no longer a dumping ground for Chinese waste.

Michelle G.
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Virginia, USA
July 27, 2009

Michelle in Virginia writes:

Many Americans are victims of chinese drywall. It has destroyed my house, contaminated all my belongings, and attacked my health. I have had some very serious health issues and can no longer live in my home. I worked and lived in a toxic environment for 3 years.

This has taken a financial, emotional, spiritual, and physical toll on me.

I am a child of an Italian immigrant. My father told me, get an education, serve your country and work hard for the American dream. I did. I had it. The chinese have taken it away. I am 59 years old, and starting over.

Please help the victims of chinese drywall.

ilia
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Puerto Rico
July 27, 2009

Ilia in Puerto Rico writes:

In the begginning of this decade Chinas's industrial boom increase it needs for more oil consumption, dramatically their demand for oil hurt the world with high petroleum cost, consequently in global recession and inflationary price that has resulted in economic collapse mainly affecting the western economy. The damage has been done.

China and United States should emphasize the importance of finding technological and scientific solutions and innovative actions to reduce dependence on foreign oil. They should strive for re-newable and alternative energy source by means of bio-fuels. For example, sugarcane is far more productive than corn when it comes to ethanol.

China is an important manufacturing prowess and the two nations are inter-dependent. In order to survive in the coming decades, if God permits, they must find other alternatives that can improve the economic and enviromental conditions of their nations and peoples. I believe there is still more exploration that could be done scientifically to avoid oil crisis.

Chul-hong
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South Korea
July 27, 2009

Chul-hong in South Korea writes:

As a major player in global economy, China should cast off gradually its authoritarian control on internal market.

The reform or liberalization of its market entails two key factors--transparency and accountability.

China needs to implement its economic policy such as foreign-exchange rate policy based on transparency.

In terms of accountability, for example, U.S. should urge China not to do illegal actions reversing copy-right policy.

U.S. should advise China not to stir up international capital market, since China is the biggest owner of U.S. treasury bond (note) and U.S. dollar.

China has the greatest power of influence on North Korea still now, so China could persuade North Korea to resume talks.

Both U.S. and China should cope with climate change issue in concert even though India didn't harmonize with that at the recent visit by the Secretary Clinton.

U.S. should press China to cease unreasonable and undemocratic interventions in many African nations. China's such actions originate from its egoism to acquire natural resources easily, which makes a negative impact on the global natural resources market.

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