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'China-bashing' lacks credibility (3)

By Tao Wenzhao (People's Daily Overseas Edition)

17:02, March 05, 2012

After so many years of reform and opening up, Chinese public and the media have been mature enough to be neither carried away by China-flattering, nor worked up by China-bashing.

The United States is a very pluralistic society, so it is natural to have different views on the same issue. Actually just a few days ago, the Wall Street Journal website published an article, criticizing "China-bashing" from the five aspects including investment, real estate, shadow banking, labor, and debt level. Thus, China-bashing lacks credibility.

We will calmly treat all these views, and borrow from the ideas that are reasonable. The best answer to China-bashing is China's economic growth itself.

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