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China’s Development Strategy after bin Laden’s Death

On February 7, 2012, China Review News published an article about China’s development strategy after the death of al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden. According to the article, since the success of the U.S. counter-terrorism strategy, China and the U.S. are no longer close. The theory of the "China threat" in some Western countries has changed into increased containment of China. How to break through the Unites States and the Western countries’ containment is a big challenge for China’s development. However, China’s huge foreign exchange reserves provide a solid backing for Chinese enterprises to go abroad. Internally, China should deepen its institutional reforms and provide a better life for the ordinary people.

Source: China Review News, February 7, 2012