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WHY is Amerika so DEPENDENT on CHINA.......???? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2009-7-21 12:57:02 |Display all floors

Reply #7 emucentral's post

which Chinese fella died recently in Australia?

Boy!


We live in a dangerous world!


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Post time 2009-7-21 13:01:53 |Display all floors

Reply #1 caringhk's post

USA is not dependent on China, it's just indebted to China Central Bank.

ha ha ha


China is the new Trade Route assembly factory for the American Regime.
Labour cost just got to expensive in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore.
So, USA now needs China, Vietnam, Bangkok and Malaysia for cheap assembly products to fight inflation.

Inflation creates turmoil for the American underclass which happens to be majority BLACKs and HISPANICs.
Like President O-Bar-by Ma (to drink and therefore gamble), it's to pacify the American underclass.
It's also American strategy to provide a good quality of life to it's citizens within it's borders!


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Post time 2009-7-21 13:31:45 |Display all floors
Originally posted by emucentral at 2009-7-21 12:26


A tragic and senseless murder of a well respected family.

But I wouldn't be pinning the blame on the whiteys quite so soon.
I am sure the cops will eventually find who is guilty, let's just ...



from the look at that stupid police commissioner face ,

he will cook something up in his ozzies POTS
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Post time 2009-7-21 13:32:49 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2009-7-21 12:57
which Chinese fella died recently in Australia?

Boy!


We live in a dangerous world!


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those chinese lived 5 years there

making an honest living running a legal biz
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Post time 2009-7-21 13:33:19 |Display all floors
seems GD don't even read the news
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Post time 2009-7-21 13:49:19 |Display all floors

Two comments on China's mineral resources

According to chineseembassy dot org:

China is rich in mineral resources, and all the world's known minerals can be found here. To date, geologists have confirmed reserves of 153 different minerals, putting China third in the world in total reserves. The reserves of the major mineral resources, such as coal, iron, copper, aluminum, stibium, molybdenum, managese, tin, lead, zinc and mercury, are in the world's front rank. China's coal reserves total 1,007.1 billion tons, mainly distributed in north China, with Shanxi Province and the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region taking the lead. China's 46.35 billion tons of iron ore are mainly distributed in northeast, north and southwest China. The country also abounds in petroleum, natural gas, oil shale, phosphorus and sulphur. Petroleum reserves are mainly found in the northwest, northeast and north China, as well as in the continental shelves of east China. The national reserves of rare earth metals far exceed the combined total for the rest of the world.

and another article from econopapers dot repec dot org

Private capital: What impedes its entry into China's minerals industry

Suxun and Chenjunnan

Resources Policy, 2008, vol. 33, issue 1, pages 23-28

Abstract: The paper commences with an analysis of the nature and status of private capital investment in the minerals industry in China. Based on the analysis, the authors examine the main barriers in terms of the mineral rights market, industry access and investment security that impede the participation of private capital into exploration and development of China's mineral resources. The discussion addresses how to encourage the participation of private capital into mining investment and it concludes that it is of significant importance to ensure the soundness of mineral rights market, impartiality of industry access, and security of mineral rights.

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Post time 2009-7-21 13:50:40 |Display all floors
I can see that you have really put some thoughts into this non-attacking poll.  Wow!  Can't top that!

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