Freeman Report April 2005 - Vol. 3, No. 4
April 28, 2005
China’s economy races ahead at the lung-searing pace to which it has become addicted and the world has become accustomed. While American politicians are mired with its war on terrorism and its domestic account deficits, more underlying issues exist with the economic growth of China that has caused Congress to be concerned. Legislators' attention turn back to questions of China's long-term intentions in energy, regional security, including its future conduct toward the United States.