Bill Sykes' Newsletter from America.
Bush and his entourage arrived in Shanghai, China, on
the 18th of October 2001 to attend the "Asian Pacific
Economic Co-operation" conference and meet with President
Jiang Zemin in an historic event which includes an agenda
aimed at attempting to boost United States consumer confidence.
I'm sure that the proposed agenda will definitely migrate
towards a terrorist activities debate.
Mr. Bush needs allies, including China, in the war against
terrorism hence the visit to Shanghai.
the two largest economies in the world are the United
States and Japan and I find it appropriate that the conference
is being held in Shanghai, China.
I firmly believe that within the next fifteen to twenty
years, China is destined to join, or supersede, both the
current economic super powers.