Talk:President of China lunches with Brazilian President/Review
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No neutrality issues I can see.--Eloquence 02:46, 15 Nov 2004 (UTC)
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I checked against some other sources, seems to be OK.--Eloquence 02:46, 15 Nov 2004 (UTC)
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Is that photo licensed?
- It's "free for reproduction if attributed". I have some reservations about the copyright of the photo, but not enough to object completely against its use.--Eloquence
- I thought fair use images weren't allowed at commons. Dori 13:08, 15 Nov 2004 (UTC)
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Looks OK.--Eloquence 02:47, 15 Nov 2004 (UTC)
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I'd prefer a more general article about the China/Brazil trade agreement, but this is a start.--Eloquence 02:47, 15 Nov 2004 (UTC)
General comments 
I think it is finished. Now it is up to you, the article needs a review.I have put a lot of references. This news could be put in the South America section, Brazil subsection. It is my local contribution to Wikinews.--carlosar
If there is something wrong please correct or report me and I will correct it. I would like to hear opinions about other users.--carlosar
I would like to comment a possible issue. The final article is not editable, but its links(external webpages and Wikipedia) are. Maybe this is not a problem, but I am reporting it anyway. --carlosar Nov 15 03:25:43 UTC 2004
The links pointed by the article must be neutral? They must follow Wikinews requisites? --carlosar Nov 15 03:25:43 UTC 2004
I think the article should be redirect to South_America/Brazil/President_of_China_lunches_with_Brazilian_President.--carlosar Nov 15 12:25:22 UTC 2004
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