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Studio interview: Newly passed legislation of US oil spill reforms

07-31-2010 13:28 BJT

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To further discuss the US crackdown on the offshore drilling industry, let's go back to our current affairs commentator Professor Tao Wenzhao.

Q1. The Democrats say the regulation changes will make drilling safer for workers and the environment. What's your view on this?

Q2. The Republicans have warned that the changes will slash US oil and gas production in the Gulf of Mexico, which is a major supplier of domestic energy and jobs. What's your take on this?

Ok, thanks for your time Professor. That's our current affairs commentator Professor Tao Wenzhao, on the newly passed legislation of US oil spill reforms.

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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