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World News from China (China's Dream) Part III #979782

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 15, 2010
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(Shanghai: Diane Sawyer) What President Obama said about US competition with China noted. [OBAMA - says America does not play for second place.] A look at China: its billionaires. China's dream examined by looking at e-commerce businessman Jack Ma†† of the Alibaba Co. [MA - says the American dream is part of the China dream; suggests there is too much democracy in the US with too much time spent deciding what to do; comments on convincing China there was the Internet; admits there is some censorship in China; states there is political change now; asks what is the mission for the US and for China.]
Reporter(s):
Sawyer, Diane
Duration:
00:04:00

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