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China: 500 Foreign Capital Enterprises Closed Down

Nightrain from the East in Guanjia reported that between January and July, around 500 foreign capital enterprises were forced to close down in Dongguan because of deteriorating business condition.

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  • Since the dreadfull news about China’s live animal skinning practices hit the world in full force, not much can be said other than: A country practicing such horrendous cruelty on animals for GREED, does not conjure up much feeling of compassion by the multitudes. Not only that, their products are contaminated, of poor quality, their fur products have a horrendous history of animal cruelty on farms where frightened and abused animals are kept under adverse conditions! Their own babies have died from contaminated babymilk! Sweets for children are lethal (all of which they “innocently” exported) to other countries. Their livestock are sick and not much gets done until it hits the news! No, I cannot conjure up much compassion for a cruel, cunning nation such as China. There is a worldwide sifting, and the bad is being exposed like never before! It needs to be erradicated for good, maybe then China can be trusted again, MAYbe…..

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