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CHINA-POLITICS/ZHU
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September 27, 2011
A man browses at a newly published book of China's former premier Zhu Rongji at a bookstore in Beijing,...
Beijing, China
To match Insight CHINA-POLITICS/ZHU
A man browses at a newly published book of China's former premier Zhu Rongji at a bookstore in Beijing, September 19, 2011. Crumbling flood dykes in China decried as "tofu dregs" built by "parasites". Erring bankers lashed as "half-wits" and crime "accomplices". Special hotels for Communist Party elite dismissed as wasteful piles of "golden splendour". It is little wonder that the publication this month of former Premier Zhu Rongji's blunt comments from his years in power have become best-sellers, finding eager readers in a nation whose current leaders are seen as wary and cautious. Picture taken September 19, 2011. To match Insight CHINA-POLITICS/ZHU REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
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