U.S. to Press WTO on China Car Duties

U.S. to Press WTO on China Car Duties

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June 35th 2012

Carol Stream, IL

#3 Jul 5, 2012
amerricanbeer wet dream!!!;-000h very late already PAer;-000
U APES BEG_ HAVE BIGMOUTH

Dallas, TX

#4 Jul 5, 2012
dummy they are talking about American car exports to China... and the Duties on them
U APES BEG_ HAVE BIGMOUTH

Denver, CO

#6 Jul 6, 2012
oh shut up already... there are plenty of Tariffs right now on Chinese products like Chinese Tires, and Chinese Solar Panels

you stupid moron..,.

and more importantly it is your American multinationals bringing in the vast majority of your Chinese exports...

you want to make a difference just raise their taxes...

its the same old story you raise tariffs these American multinationals will just go to another country...

Dummmy...

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stop saying the same things you were saying 3 years ago...

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Secret: The Richest Chinese Make All Their Money Selling To Chinese Consumers And Exports To America Are A Joke

Vincent Fernando, CFA|October 14, 2010|
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Secret: The Richest Chinese Make All Their Money Selling To Chinese Consumers And Exports To America Are A Joke

Vincent Fernando, CFA|October 14, 2010|

A new survey of China's wealthiest people flips the notion of China as an export-driven economy on its head.

95% of the richest Chinese found in the latest Hurun Report made their money not by selling products to foreigners, but rather by selling products domestically -- to the Chinese consumer. Under 5% of China's richest (ie. those with $150 million or more) are dependent on exports for their wealth.

The list of ten richest Chinese shows the same phenomenon, with mostly businesses focused domestic consumption :

China's export economy may be enormous in terms of revenue, but this wealth report says the real Chinese money is made selling to local Chinese. So while the Chinese economy may seem export-dependent on a revenue basis (ie. on a GDP basis), from a profits perspective maybe China's economy is far more self-sustaining than it appears.

Read more: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2010-10-1...
Chen

Carlsbad, CA

#8 Jul 6, 2012
b4its2late wrote:
America is weak,pathetic, and makes me embaressed.
Fk china
Shut up fool! Without China, America go broke!!

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