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Topic - Mike Ferguson
Mike Ferguson grew up in post-World War II England with a keen eye for the occasional sports car that would motor through his hometown of Weymouth. Born into a motoring family, he says, he came by his affection for sports cars honestly.
Chinese delegations will visit the United States in the coming weeks to address the safety of imports from China , a Chinese government spokesman said yesterday, stressing that international cooperation, not confrontation, would solve the quality problems with food, drugs and consumer goods coming from China.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee this week began running radio advertisements to criticize 12 Republican House members for their "lock-step" support of President Bush's war policy.