The Inevitable Collapse of China's Banks

There are 20 comments on the Mar 29, 2007, Seeking Alpha story titled The Inevitable Collapse of China's Banks. In it, Seeking Alpha reports that:

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Tiger

Arcadia, CA

#22 Nov 20, 2007
It's about time. I think that Tibet China...

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071120/ap_on_re_...
Profits

Arcadia, CA

#23 Dec 3, 2007
What do they have in common?

Judges, Preachers, Lawyers, Politicians

Cops, Soliders, Thugs, Terrorists

No, but close...
Yes, about right...

Since: Oct 07

Location hidden

#24 Dec 3, 2007
No way the banks can collapse w/ the central gov't having $1.4 tril. in reserves.
Nicholas Vardy

Brooklyn, NY

#25 Dec 16, 2007
FYI

http://www.sinodaily.com/reports/Chinas_econo...

Chinese economy 40% smaller than we thought in October.
Race

Arcadia, CA

#27 Jan 16, 2008
Chiense 2.0 Billion
European 1.5 Billion
Indian 1.5 Billion
African 1.0 Billion
Arabic 0.5 Billion
Other 0.2 Billion
----------
World 6.7 Billion People
Andrez Lopez

El Paso, TX

#28 Jan 16, 2008
Chinese banks will not sink like the Bismark or the Titanic. They are unsinkable.
Valuation

Arcadia, CA

#30 Jan 18, 2008
Are the daytraders, brokers, bankers, investors, accountans, lawyers and economists on standby? Yes.

OK, Go, say what you need to say.

Can we reprice that city {country}{company} already? Done
Andrez Lopez

United States

#31 Jan 18, 2008
If China were democratic their banks could possibly collapse, but being a totalitarian government their banks can not collapse. No way.
Future World

Torrance, CA

#34 Mar 9, 2008
How will China do in the Fture?

http://www.newsoffuture.com/china_and_us_larg...

Since: Jan 08

AOL

#35 Mar 10, 2008
China has not only a sick industrial sector, which it dare not downsize for fear of exacerbating the already difficult unemployment problem. It also has an insolvent banking system. How insolvent no one knows. The accounting system is worse than Enron's, and beyond that there are systemic problems. At least in America, creative accounting eventually catches up with you. In China there is no effective bankruptcy system to clarify the situation. Indeed, modern China as a whole seems to have a "culture of non-payment."
hillarystanton

Gärtringen, Germany

#36 Mar 10, 2008
Horizon wrote:
China has not only a sick industrial sector, which it dare not downsize for fear of exacerbating the already difficult unemployment problem. It also has an insolvent banking system. How insolvent no one knows. The accounting system is worse than Enron's, and beyond that there are systemic problems. At least in America, creative accounting eventually catches up with you. In China there is no effective bankruptcy system to clarify the situation. Indeed, modern China as a whole seems to have a "culture of non-payment."
lol. firstly, china had a banking problem. past tense. the us has a banking problem. present tense. do you live in the past? seriously, do you...or are you just really sloooooooooooow?
Read between the lines

Torrance, CA

#37 Mar 14, 2008
China says we have a contact in Tibet.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080314/ts_nm/chi...
bet_dc
Read between the lines

Torrance, CA

#38 Mar 14, 2008
China says we have a contact in Tibet.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080314/ts_nm/chi...
Danny Hard Drive

Torrance, CA

#39 Mar 22, 2008
Jackie Chan and Jet Li join forces, now wait a sec ...

Who are they going to fight??

I thought that they were the big swinning dicks of China.

http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/theforbiddenk...
Andrez Lopez

El Paso, TX

#40 Mar 22, 2008
Danny Hard Drive wrote:
Jackie Chan and Jet Li join forces, now wait a sec ...
Who are they going to fight??
I thought that they were the big swinning dicks of China.
http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/theforbiddenk...
Jackie Chan speaks Spanish in Telemundo.
Leonard

Portland, OR

#41 Mar 24, 2008
I cannot imagine the Chinese banks collapsing....not when they as a nation are roaring and emerging and growing stronger and stronger, America was stupid to get so economically wound up with China, America has mismanaged things economically in recent history, America could be the one that collapses--I hope not, I love my country!
Lily

Fairfield, Australia

#42 Mar 24, 2008
It wouldn't take long for your beloved country to go down the drain with your kind of lousy attitudes of ignorance, arrogance and lies! Mobilise the prayer wheels with help from your mates and keep them on full speed!
Leonard

Portland, OR

#43 Mar 25, 2008
Lily,

My mate is not Tibetan and does not have a prayer wheel. I have not turned a prayer wheel in many years.

The forum is for people to express themselves. Except for one person I was rude to, I've been very good in my opinion.

I did appreciate the day you sent me the video to watch.

It's about some of the policies of the Chinese govt...at least for me.

If you do not believe me sorry.

I ate at a nice Chinese restaurant yesterday---you think if I do not like Chinese I would go there?
Development

Torrance, CA

#44 Apr 14, 2008
What epoch is India at in the 2000's?

What epoch is China at in the 2000's?

What epoch is America at in the 2000's?

What epoch is Africa at in the 2000's?

What epoch is Europe at in the 2000's?

What epoch is Arabia at in the 2000's?

What is an epoch? Well stone age is epoch 1 and the space age is epoch 9. YOu must take into consideration the masses.

Since: Mar 08

Long Beach, CA

#45 Apr 14, 2008
It's almost funny reading something from a year ago. The predicted collapse of Chinese bank never took place, instead the US bank are falling into piece and require Chinese fund to bail out. How poetic.

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