TOKYO - Almost lost in the euphoria over new marketing opportunities in the world's most populous country is the downside to China’s membership in the World Trade Organization (WTO.) The new market opening is not a one-way street. Asian neighbors are bracing for more of what they call “China shock,” which could seriously damage economies already battered from the economic crisis of 1997. Multi-national companies in recent years have been targeting the People's Republic of China for ...

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