- 页码：第105页 2013-02-04 17:30:30
<原文开始>I always liked talking to Chinese truckers, who are among the purest entrepreneurs in the country..... Of all the professional drivers in China, they're the most skilled. Cabbies are too aggressive, because stakes are low: city traffic moves slowly and nobody cares much about dents. And long-distance bus drivers are the worst. They never own the buees, and their pay depends on a percentage of ticket sales. This gives them incentive to speed, especially in a country where the highway patrol consists of signs and statues. Whenever I read about a terrible accident, it usually involves a long-distance bus.</But truckers rarely make me nevous. Most are too overload to drive fast, and they don't take risks, because they own their vehicles.原文结束>
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