Thursday, June 09, 2005

Again, U.S. Scolded China for Defense Spending??

Top News Article |

"World military spending rose for a sixth year running in 2004, growing by 5 percent to $1.04 trillion on the back of 'massive' U.S. budgetary allocations for its war on terror, a leading research institute said on Tuesday.

With expenditure of $455 billion, the United States accounted for almost half the global figure, more than the combined total of the 32 next most powerful nations, said SIPRI, which is widely recognized for the reliability of its data."

And Bush has the balls to lecture China on overspending?

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