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  • And with its rising economic power it has a sense that it can reorder the world.
  • Administration officials did not seem worried about possible resentment by the Asian countries who see themselves as rising economic powers.
  • Indeed, he said the noises coming from Beijing were the sign of a rising economic power beginning to flex its muscles.
  • During the 1980s, Japan was the rising economic power and the United States was widely seen as a has-been.
  • In the 1950s, the rising economic powers of Japan, South Korea, China and India carried the Westline further on westwards.
  • One of the hidden benefits of today's liberalized trading system is that it has expanded to embrace rising economic powers like Japan and Singapore without conflict.
  • His Cabinet approved a " big emerging markets " plan to identify 10 rising economic powers and push relentlessly to win business for American companies there.
  • Malaysia, a rising economic power in Asia, exported only dlrs 20 million worth of industrial and food products to Lebanon annually before Mahathir's trip.
  • The two sides discussed plans for Malaysia, a rising economic power in Asia, to provide Lebanon with technological and industrial expertise as well as training, said the official.
  • For the deal was less about trade than about global strategy, accommodating China's rising economic power to a world system in which Beijing still feels treated as an outsider.
  • It's easier to know how to deal with Russia, much more difficult to deal with the Chinese, who are not only a rising political power, but a rising economic power.
  • The trade deficit with China-- a rising economic power that has rivaled Japan as a source of bilateral trade tension in recent months-- has been on the increase since the mid 1980s.
  • Tom Carothers, a democracy expert with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, said the rising economic power of Southeast Asian's 450 million people means they can take care of their own more than ever.
  • Soner Cagaptay commented that the plan fit within the AK Party's vision of Turkey as " the Brazil of the Middle East, a rising economic power with a burning desire to shape regional events ".
  • The stakes are high for the Philippines, which until recently sat out a regional resurgence that's brought almost 10 percent growth to the Asian Tigers, the rising economic powers Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Thailand.
  • The trade deficit with China-- a rising economic power that has rivaled Japan as a source of trade tension with the U . S . in recent months-- has been on the increase since the mid 1980s.
  • The U . S . trade deficit with China-- a rising economic power that has often replaced Japan as source of trade tension in recent months-- rose to $ 3.060 billion in May from 2.335 billion in April.
  • The " Gen . Douglas MacArthur " school argued that the Japanese may have found the secret of success but they had rigged the game by closing off their markets to others, and the right policy was to beat down their walls and contain their rising economic power.
  • He is handling the affairs of the hottest commodity in boxing and, having realized early the rising economic power of Hispanic fight fans, he has catered to it with popular champions such as Oscar De La Hoya, Erik Morales, and Genaro Hernandez as well as young prospects such as Daniel Santos.
  • He spent five days courting India, the region's democratic colossus and rising economic power, with the ardor of a smitten suitor _ and half a day treating Pakistan, America's Cold War ally and a nation yet again ruled by generals, like an old girlfriend who is part of the past.
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