Group: Companies might cut China inve...

Group: Companies might cut China investment

There are 24 comments on the Bradenton.com story from May 29, 2012, titled Group: Companies might cut China investment. In it, Bradenton.com reports that:

Frustrated by China's market barriers, European companies might shift future investment to other economies, a business group said Tuesday, in an unusually pointed warning about a possible backlash over Beijing's trade policies.

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SIKE O

Brooklyn, NY

#21 Jun 3, 2012
And the voices in your head say different?

lol
taiwan

Philippines

#22 Jun 4, 2012
figure it out yet? you're a slow one aren't you...
WHICH IS IT

Brooklyn, NY

#23 Jun 4, 2012
Either Taiwan or Philippines, make up your feeble mind.

lol
CCPwillcollapse

Canada

#24 Jun 5, 2012
RayH wrote:
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The British caused the death of 20 to 40 million Indians during their colonial rule of India via starvation. They're still ruling U.K. and a few colonies. So?
Lies. The British were never as stupid as Mao Ze Dung. No moronic "Great Fuhk Up" from a half-wit dictator as in China.

That famine in China during the "Great Leap Backward" that killed millions was caused solely by the incompetence of the Chinese Communist Party, and it was the largest in Chinese history.

They are still in power and could easily (perhaps inevitably) screw up on that murderous scale again.

Add to that the CCP's intentional massacres of Chinese, and the CCP itself is clearly the worst plague to ever hit China.

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