Chinese Economics

by William Yeatman on November 8, 2007

The NYT has a piece today containing this beauty of a second paragraph:


"In southern China, high oil prices forced Wang Pui, a trucker, to wait in line 90 minutes the other day to fill up, just to be told he could pump only 25 gallons, as China faced spot shortages of gasoline and diesel fuel."


Amazing what those high prices can do.  Like causing lines and shortages.  From the people who brought you “Despite Drop in Crime, an Increase in Inmates

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