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Eye on China QuickVotes


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Does the world have more to gain or more to fear from the emergence of China as an economic power?
More to gain
More to fear
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What is your impression of products made in China?
High quality
Average quality
Low quality
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Would you be prepared to pay more for goods produced in your own country?
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CNN is asking a number of questions related to its Eye on China coverage. Register your vote on the following issues:




Business and economy

China, now the fourth-biggest economy in the world, has gained rapidly on the industrialized nations, both in consumption and gross domestic product.

China's export push over the last few years has flooded the world with cheap consumer goods, and has attracted billions of dollars of investment from U.S., European, Japanese, South Korean and Taiwanese makers relocating their factories to China.

But that soaring growth rate has prompted protests from the U.S. and Europe, which say an artificially low value for the Chinese currency gives the country an unfair competitive advantage in its trade dealings.

To read more about China's booming economy, click here












Arms embargo against China

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Should the EU lift the arms embargo against China?
Yes
No
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EU leaders agreed last December to work towards lifting the 15-year arms embargo against China by the end of June.

But the EU is widely expected to delay lifting the embargo amid opposition from the United States and concern over Beijing's passage of a law authorizing the use of military force against Taiwan.



North Korea's nuclear ambitions

QUICKVOTE
Is China doing enough to rein in North Korea's nuclear ambitions?
Enough
Not enough
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The United States, the two Koreas, China, Japan and Russia have held three rounds of six-party talks since 2003, aimed at persuading the North to abandon its nuclear weapons development in return for economic and diplomatic rewards.

But no significant progress was reported in those talks, all hosted by China, North Korea's last remaining major ally.


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