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Environment

China Is Not Eating Our Lunch

Collide-a-ScapeBy Keith KloorJanuary 20, 2011 11:40 PM

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On green tech, asserts Michael Levi:

China is not crushing the United States in a clean energy race. And this myth isn't merely wrong -- it is also dangerous. Unwarranted fears of a clean energy competition threaten to spur a protectionist wave in the United States while squelching cooperation between the two countries -- all of which will make it much tougher to develop the robust clean energy economy that the world needs.

Somewhere inside this castle is the sound of a very loud grumbling noise.

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