Well, the Human Rights groups must have some good evidence of substantial wrongdoing by the People's Republic of China or nobody involved would have gone along with the emargo to begin with. Interesting considering some recent convos in other threads. What did China have to do or say to make the Human Rights Groups happy and get the embargo lifted? There is generally a way of getting it done. Guess it won't matter if all of it will be bypassed by the EU anyways, but I'm still curious. What was being asked of China in exchange for lifting the embargo??
Why on earth is it called "64" all the time anyways?? That makes no sense.
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