posted on Apr, 2 2008 @ 10:38 PM
well, yes, it's unlikely, let's hope for 10%
Seriously, corruption is a huge problem in China. a senior official who was responsible for an economic development zone in Shanghai or so was just
being convicted of corruption in China. Maybe he had received Brown during his tour
Accountability is certainly something that anyone giving "Aid" should check for, we are not talking about a few bucks or notes to the Red Cross by
the common people, but about MILLIONS, if not BILLIONS of Tax payer money. I'm a bit lazy to research this specific British aid, it is supposedly for
'climate change', I assume something for the environment, so hopefully we do see something in reducing the pollution.
You will be surprised how more and more Chinese people are being environmental-aware made. Hard to close our eyes in places where you see polllution
darken the sky, or colouring the rivers.
[edit on 2/4/08 by IchiNiSan]