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Post time 2013-4-9 17:46:50 |Display all floors
jay_dee Post time: 2013-4-9 15:38
hahahahah
I bet panda has either an Apple iPhone 5 or Samsung Galaxy 4 yet continues to complain.
C ...

dont forget, lots of foreign companies employ Chinese engineer in their research development
team including Apple and others...

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Post time 2013-4-9 23:53:14 |Display all floors
dingo Post time: 2013-4-9 12:31
remove the trade sanction and that will change.

40yrs trade sanction so far didnt work only bring ...

And what about North Korea? a totally independent country? especially with China? LOL
China, Japan and American don't wish to see a reunified korea, for 3 reasons.
But I think that if the mad little pig push the red button, many peoples in Asia will be happy to see uncle sam kck his ass. like it or not.

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Post time 2013-4-10 02:35:35 |Display all floors
dingo Post time: 2013-4-9 12:31
remove the trade sanction and that will change.

40yrs trade sanction so far didnt work only bring ...

The trade sanctions are there because North Korea regularly violates UN resolutions regarding its nuclear program and missile testing and has continuously lashed out and killed South Koreans and Americans since the ceasefire ended the war.

The United States was one of the largest contributors of foreign aid to North Korea until the recent missile and nuclear tests broke that aid deal.

Remove the trade sanctions and the economic/humanitarian situation will certainly improve, but given the history of the North Korean government of using limited military strikes to ensure they appear powerful at home, this could cause greater problems for the South Koreans. An improved North Korean economy and an open trade policy would likely result in a massive increase in North Korean military capabilities, which would be fine if they could refrain from randomly attacking South Koreans. Therefore, they need to show that they can play nice first, before anybody will trust them with extra cash inflow. That means no more shelling islands, no more sinking frigates, no more blowing up airliners, no more killing US soldiers with axes, etc.

It would be in China's interest for North Korea to play nice. When they are independent and peaceful, China has a nice buffer state between it and some US allies. However, when North Korea starts acting belligerent in order to shore up its new leadership's authority, this compels the US to put some muscle in the Pacific so that its allies don't think their strategic alliance means nothing. Obviously, more US muscle in the Pacific is counteracting China's long-term strategic interests. This is probably why the Chinese state media have been more willing to vocalize their concerns about the China-NK partnership recently.

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Post time 2013-4-10 08:23:55 |Display all floors
Col Post time: 2013-4-10 02:35
The trade sanctions are there because North Korea regularly violates UN resolutions regarding its  ...

South Korean govt often go to the boarder to show off their big guns with their powerful friend telling
North they have money to buy their powerful friend to kill them.

Of course North gets worried and and do anything they can to fight

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Post time 2013-4-10 08:29:10 |Display all floors
yasawakic Post time: 2013-4-9 23:53
And what about North Korea? a totally independent country? especially with China? LOL
China, Japan ...

if press little button, uncle sam will be in hospital!

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