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I chuckled at your naivety there, presumably you are American? You know that China has had you by the nuts for the last 15 years, right? Where do you think the US has been borrowing all that money from? You are aware that the US is $20 trillion in debt, right?
The US tariff China into ruin, LOL, go back to Watching Fox Junior News.
everyone knows that anything 'made in china' is a warrantly claim straight out of the box
One question: if they make such shit, why was your iPhone made there?
Would you expect 100% quality for something you bought on the black market in Murica?
made is 100% constructed in that country.
assembled is overworked & underpayed chinese workers being exploited putting together something that was made in another country.
Do you know what workers at Amazon get paid by that schmuck Bezos? $10/hour. Many are so rushed they piss in pots rather than walk up 4 flights of stairs to the toilets because they will get penalised.
How many jobs do most middle-class Khmer have? 1, maybe 2.
How many do middle-class Americans have? Minimum 2, sometimes up to 4.
So who's the enslaver?
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China increases U.S. treasuries holdings in Februarycptrelentless wrote: ↑Tue Apr 17, 2018 4:30 pmI chuckled at your naivety there, presumably you are American? You know that China has had you by the nuts for the last 15 years, right? Where do you think the US has been borrowing all that money from? You are aware that the US is $20 trillion in debt, right?
WASHINGTON, April 16 (Xinhua) — China increased its holdings of U.S. Treasury securities in February, after falling to a six-month low in January.
China raised its treasuries holdings by 8.5 billion U.S. dollars to 1.1767 trillion dollars in February, said the U.S. Treasury Department on Monday. China remained the largest holder of U.S. treasuries.
Japan, the second largest holder of U.S. treasuries, cut its holdings by 6.3 billion dollars to 1.0595 trillion dollars in the month.
By the end of February, overall foreign holdings of U.S. Treasury securities rose to 6.2916 trillion dollars.
As U.S. President Donald Trump is taking a tough stance against China on trade, investors are keeping a close eye on China's holdings of the U.S. treasuries.
http://en.freshnewsasia.com/index.php/e ... 47-41.html
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to predict who wins trade wars u hv see who is the one importing more stuffs than the other, the one importing more stuffs win, but with china holding 1.18Tr in US treasuries (latest count), any dump by china will create havoc in US economy, US hving to print more money to buy back treasuries will devaluate USD, US treasuries rates will drop, driving investors to other safe haven like other currencies and gold, which china has a lot now (undisclosed amount), driving US goods to be cheaper, US companies will have lower profit margins, yadee yadee yala, vicious cycle, all the pieces fall back in place again.
p.s. didnt see that post abt US treasuries above, so it validates my point, US federal reserve r on edge and hv been monitoring closely, hence that report, politics, trade, war r like game of chess, u gotta plan ur moves few moves in advance
in the 80s deng xiao peng initiated the capital reform, at the point they r thinking will this work? by the 90s they hv seen success n know that capitalism n communism can mix, they start thinking "can we be strong?" by 2000s they know they can be strong, they start thinking "how can we dominate financially, politically and militarily?" hence u see all the chess pieces started to move in the 2000s
$100 face value treasuries yielding 3% being dumped for less than face value. go ahead china, make my day
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