all the tea in China

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Because of the large amount of tea in China, and its value.

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all the tea in China ‎(uncountable)

  1. (idiomatic, hyperbolic) Something very valuable or priceless.
    I wouldn't trade you away for all the tea in China
    I would rather have you than all the tea in China

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