So, Winnie the Pooh is not illegal in China. Direct comparisons between the President and the Bear are. But, you can still wear a Winnie the Pooh shirt or watch that crappy Christopher Robin movie all you want. The reality of Chinese censorship is more complex and stickier than the inside of a honey jar.
At the meeting, Arauz reaffirmed his commitment to dollarization and to not restructuring the debt, Sierra said. The candidate also told investors that he planned to seek less onerous loan terms from the IMF, and said he would favor faster dispersions. He also said he would seek deals with bilateral lenders such as China, according to Sierra.
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However, socialists and progressives in the country are wary of taking any sides in what they see as a battle between monopolies. Media outlets owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp hold a monopoly of over 70% of the national print readership. Murdoch is also one of the biggest advocates of the bargaining code, which has also inspired other media corporations around the world.