By James Pomfret SHANGPU, China, March 7 (Reuters) - Torched vehicles and violent clashes in the Chinese village of Shangpu as farmers...
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The question is how quickly and to what degree will China's problems affect its economy. It seems to me Jim Rogers and Jim Chanos are each answering this question in his own way.
Despite the monetization of Chinese society and the privatization of the state, the poor are discovering that justice can't be bought. Now the dispossessed peasants and migrant laborers have to decide what price they're willing to pay for democracy.
Amidst the climate of debate and recrimination in Beijing, some will highlight the coincidence of the Wukan uprising in China with the "Occupy" movement in the United States.
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