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Post time 2007-12-5 11:09:00 |Display all floors

Well it seems that the mainland government is a shield against Fascism!

But as long as China practise CENTRIST policies, IT WOULD find many supporters both WITHIN MAINLAND CHINA and those outside China including the FINANCIALLY POWERFUL OVERSEA'S CHINESE!

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Post time 2007-12-5 12:43:33 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2007-12-5 11:09
But as long as China practise CENTRIST policies, IT WOULD find many supporters both WITHIN MAINLAND CHINA and those outside China including the FINANCIALLY POWERFUL OVERSEA'S CHINESE!

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heehee-----------> that Facism are you refereiing to Juan Carlos who had a shut-up spat with President Hugo Chavez???

Oh yeah ------------> shut facism up
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Post time 2007-12-5 12:44:34 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2007-12-5 11:09
But as long as China practise CENTRIST policies, IT WOULD find many supporters both WITHIN MAINLAND CHINA and those outside China including the FINANCIALLY POWERFUL OVERSEA'S CHINESE!

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btw, China GDP at ~11% now and the future shows where got bubble around the world except Amerika
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Post time 2007-12-6 11:14:41 |Display all floors

Reply #31 caringhk's post

China now is at the LOW END of development.

Just the catching up phase would give it high growth rates, like that in other parts of East Asia.
The main problem is cultural burdens.
We might just hit the LEFTIST ROADBLOCK soon and growth will slow down.

Fasist = extreme right wing, nationalistic.
Ultimate Fascism = ship, with ownership of property or asset  controlled by the ruling few!

ha ha ha

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Post time 2007-12-6 12:47:09 |Display all floors

No Regulations No Stock

Provided that there are not proper restrictions and system to regulate the health development of Chinese stock market, how can we say where it is in the bubble situation. Making a comparison with other abroad stock market or bourse, you can easily found the sharply decrease or increase in Chinese stock market is abnormal. Even this, a lot of Chinese citizens followed this "Fashion" with the dream of becoming millionair in one day, and this tendency extended to every family when they are in front of cruel and bloody fact.There are also some economists and "Fund Company" spread this thought over the country, aspire them to take out all of saved money and poured into the stock market.Under this situation, a lot of tradies happed with no expectation.
Above views base on personal point, welcome your insight point on present stock market.

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Post time 2007-12-7 11:04:50 |Display all floors

Reply #33 pencil82's post

as long CHINESE CITIZENs in China learn to work, pick up skills, and earn via working, plus some extra via viable investments, it would only be a matter of time before a well off society is achieved!....

You get silly marxist and fascist on board, and the ship sinks!

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Post time 2007-12-7 12:46:49 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2007-12-6 11:14
China now is at the LOW END of development.

Just the catching up phase would give it high growth rates, like that in other parts of East Asia.
The main problem is cultural burdens.
We might ju ...


The HIGH ENDS are there too.......like cars, trains,ships, SPACE, Missles, Jetplans,etc.................Now is to INTENSIFY them...............
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