U.S. Presence at 2010 Shanghai World Expo Remains Doubtful
To prepare for the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, the Chinese government has been sparing no expense to lay the groundwork for the Expo: Activities such as relocating factories and steel mills from the Huangpu River fairgrounds will cost at least $3 billion. But with Congress refusing to provide funds for a pavilion, whether or not the U.S. would participate has been an open question.
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