China price
 n.— «“China price” has become the newest buzzword among economists, as they try to fathom China’s awesome ability to force down the value of work in any job that is at all transferable, and thus induce the massive global shifts of manufacturing and investments.» —“Is China ready for the big time in 2005?” by Eric Baculinao MSNBC Dec. 30, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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