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Beijing : China | Oct 14, 2012 at 2:48 AM PDT
Source: Japan Today
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China's top level boycott of global financial meetings in Japan this week is a sign of things to come, analysts say, as an economically emboldened Beijing shows struggling Western nations it doesn't need to play by their rules. With global growth slowing, many in the developed world are looking to Beijing... FULL ARTICLE AT Japan Today
 
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