China, Russia pledge support for Asia...

China, Russia pledge support for Asia growth

There are 41 comments on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer story from Sep 7, 2012, titled China, Russia pledge support for Asia growth. In it, Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports that:

A panel of experts address delegates on the opening morning of the APEC summit in Vladivostok, Russia, Friday, Sept.

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RayH

Shenzhen, China

#1 Sep 7, 2012
Great!
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Vancouver, Canada

#2 Sep 7, 2012
Now we can start concentrating on getting our territory back from the Russians.

There is a direct connection to Canada abruptly closing its embassy in Iran. Russia and China will now work closely together to develop an oil pipeline which will siphon oil from the Islamic state traveling to China who in turn will use it for our booming economy.

The recent news that Iranian diplomats in Ottawa have been instructed to leave within five days plays a large role in this venture.

War is right around the corner. Time to make a lot of money. ;)))))

Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canada-severs-di...
excartpuller

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Sep 7, 2012
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
Now we can start concentrating on getting our territory back from the Russians.
There is a direct connection to Canada abruptly closing its embassy in Iran. Russia and China will now work closely together to develop an oil pipeline which will siphon oil from the Islamic state traveling to China who in turn will use it for our booming economy.
The recent news that Iranian diplomats in Ottawa have been instructed to leave within five days plays a large role in this venture.
War is right around the corner. Time to make a lot of money. ;)))))
Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canada-severs-di...
You already got your territoriesd in canada how about the US? I know you already got that too all over the world as a matter of fact it's called china town.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Vancouver, Canada

#5 Sep 7, 2012
excartpuller wrote:
<quoted text> You already got your territoriesd in canada how about the US? I know you already got that too all over the world as a matter of fact it's called china town.
Actually you got only part of it right ...

1- First there were China towns around the world
2- Nowadays there are Chinese cities around the world
3- Tomorrow there will be Chinese provinces around the world ...
4-... and one day, there will be Chinese domination around the world
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#6 Sep 7, 2012
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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Actually you got only part of it right ...
1- First there were China towns around the world
2- Nowadays there are Chinese cities around the world
3- Tomorrow there will be Chinese provinces around the world ...
4-... and one day, there will be Chinese domination around the world
Wow.

Not only can you build chinese cities all over the world but you can also make them utterly invisible.

A good idea might be to build more of them in China so your people stop having to live in caves and mud huts.
GET OFF WELFARE

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Sep 8, 2012
btw Darkie, when are your people ever going to make the cover of Forbes magazine?

lol
blitz123

Chennai, India

#8 Sep 8, 2012
sounds good,india will also do the same
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Mackenzie, Canada

#9 Sep 8, 2012
I have nothing left to say...

fake RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

is doing the commenting for me...

LOL
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#10 Sep 8, 2012
blitz123 wrote:
sounds good,india will also do the same
If you think building invisible cities is a good idea, might I interest you in a very fine set of clothes?

They're fit for an emperor.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Mackenzie, Canada

#11 Sep 8, 2012
I can read wrote:
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If you think building invisible cities is a good idea, might I interest you in a very fine set of clothes?
They're fit for an emperor.
you think being in worse debt than the USA... anyone wants to listen to a loser BRIT

worse case scenario China can start to borrow Internally and if all else fails Externally...as China very little debt, around 10% debt to GDP both Internally and Externally

you dumb loudmouth Brits have already long done that...having 400% debt to GDP ratio
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#12 Sep 8, 2012
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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you think being in worse debt than the USA... anyone wants to listen to a loser BRIT
worse case scenario China can start to borrow Internally and if all else fails Externally...as China very little debt, around 10% debt to GDP both Internally and Externally
you dumb loudmouth Brits have already long done that...having 400% debt to GDP ratio
Perhaps you should study some economics before trying to lecture?

Then you look like less of a dumbass.

We can easily handle such a large debt ratio due to the loans we make ourselves.

You see if you idiots lend us 1Bn at 1.5% interest and we then lend someone else 250Mn at 6% interest, we get 750Mn in profit and our interest payments are covered forever.

The world bank covers any risk we might face on the loans we make so it's a win win situation for us.

So the debt ratio doesn't signify a weakness on our behalf as you'd like to pretend. It signifies the fact that you keep giving us free money while some of your people live in caves and mud huts.

How dumb are you guys?

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#13 Sep 8, 2012
I can read wrote:
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Perhaps you should study some economics before trying to lecture?
Then you look like less of a dumbass.
We can easily handle such a large debt ratio due to the loans we make ourselves.
You see if you idiots lend us 1Bn at 1.5% interest and we then lend someone else 250Mn at 6% interest, we get 750Mn in profit and our interest payments are covered forever.
The world bank covers any risk we might face on the loans we make so it's a win win situation for us.
So the debt ratio doesn't signify a weakness on our behalf as you'd like to pretend. It signifies the fact that you keep giving us free money while some of your people live in caves and mud huts.
How dumb are you guys?
Do you believe this will last for long?
China can start to loan business all over the world without mediation of British banks any time.
It doesn`t do it now because if British banks will be bankrupted, China will lose a lot of money.
The same situation as German banks have in Greece.
But one must be the biggest fool to think that will be forever.
Since UK actually has no industry, bad agriculture, it`s banks are the only source of national income.
When they will be bankrupted you will see very dark days.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#14 Sep 8, 2012
Alexey25 wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you believe this will last for long?
China can start to loan business all over the world without mediation of British banks any time.
It doesn`t do it now because if British banks will be bankrupted, China will lose a lot of money.
The same situation as German banks have in Greece.
But one must be the biggest fool to think that will be forever.
Since UK actually has no industry, bad agriculture, it`s banks are the only source of national income.
When they will be bankrupted you will see very dark days.
Actually we have a world class precision engineering industry.

We just don't make low end goods because we can't compete with countries which pay their workers a tiny fraction of the minimum wage in the UK.

Pretty much all our industry is based on our workforce being highly educated rather than being cheap to employ.

Also, our ability to easily withstand a very high borrowing to GDP ratio isn't based on China being nice to our banks. It's because our government has been making loans to other nations for centuries.

At best China could buy out the debt of nations we loaned money to decades ago but in the current financial climate they couldn't get the guarantees that we currently have on those debts. That means those debts are profitable for us but if China took them over they'd be far more of a gamble.

That's why things are the way they are now. We have a large debt to GDP ratio but still have a AAA credit rating.

Personally I'd like the ratio to drop but that's really just personal preference. Overall we have one of the strongest economies on earth.
WHEN CHINA SNEEZES

Brooklyn, NY

#15 Sep 8, 2012
"We"?

Since when do Darkies have more than food stamps and Section 8?

A-HAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH AHAHHAH!

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#16 Sep 8, 2012
Laman Brothers also had AAA rating and collapsed in no time. Ratings do not reflect how things really are.

I don`t think all of the nations which were loaned by UK will pay out.
At least, Iceland had refused to pay.

UK had becom wealthy because of it traded with cheap industrial goods, not because of banking.
This is exactly what China is doing now.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#17 Sep 8, 2012
Alexey25 wrote:
Laman Brothers also had AAA rating and collapsed in no time. Ratings do not reflect how things really are.
I don`t think all of the nations which were loaned by UK will pay out.
At least, Iceland had refused to pay.
UK had becom wealthy because of it traded with cheap industrial goods, not because of banking.
This is exactly what China is doing now.
Ratings merely reflect what the best business brains on the planet think at any given time.

DO you know any better?

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#18 Sep 8, 2012
I can read wrote:
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Ratings merely reflect what the best business brains on the planet think at any given time.
DO you know any better?
So called best business brains are biased.
The case of Laman Brothers proves this.

BTW what about the rating of London now?
Is it stil considered to be the best place for business in Europe?
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#19 Sep 8, 2012
Alexey25 wrote:
<quoted text>
So called best business brains are biased.
The case of Laman Brothers proves this.
BTW what about the rating of London now?
Is it stil considered to be the best place for business in Europe?
The UK still has a massive financial services market, based mainly in London and of course that meant we were hit particularly hard by the global finacial crisis.

Generally speaking though, the best places for business in Europe are the tax havens.

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#20 Sep 8, 2012
I didn`t mean that.
London was considered to be the best for any kind of business, including small ones, in Europe.
After riots of the last fall, I heard London could be deprived of AAA rating.
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#21 Sep 8, 2012
The true national reserves in China is 4.5 trillion dollars, it goes a long way in China.

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