China says no Japan meeting at G-20

Aug 27, 2013 Full story: Albany Times Union 283

China says a festering territorial dispute with Japan makes it impossible for their leaders to meet at next month's Group of 20 summit in Russia.

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#256 Sep 13, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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Does Norweigian education teach you how to cheat and slimy as you are? I responded to your post which discussed Japan and China's growth, whatever that growth was, I responded by asking you what were their resective growth figures are, I was refering to the same growth you were talking about as I was responding directly to your post which mentioned growth whatever growth it was, but you replied by saying "You can't compare these growth.....", but it was you who were comparing these growth? This is not the first time you do something stupid like this, it's definately showing that you don't know what you talking about but pretending to be a economist after websearched some superficial information on google, its more stupid than confusing Ghana and Gabon, didn't Norweigian education not teach you there are differences between two countries?
Sorry do you know by heart approxmately how much the GDP/capita of about 80 countries is? I do and I am sorry I make a memory error sometimes mistaking Ghana for Gabon, shit happens when you have all that in your memory.

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#257 Sep 13, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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Does Norweigian education teach you how to cheat and slimy as you are? I responded to your post which discussed Japan and China's growth, whatever that growth was, I responded by asking you what were their resective growth figures are, I was refering to the same growth you were talking about as I was responding directly to your post which mentioned growth whatever growth it was, but you replied by saying "You can't compare these growth.....", but it was you who were comparing these growth? This is not the first time you do something stupid like this, it's definately showing that you don't know what you talking about but pretending to be a economist after websearched some superficial information on google, its more stupid than confusing Ghana and Gabon, didn't Norweigian education not teach you there are differences between two countries?
By the way you mean "to cheat and be as slimy as you are".........

Since: Nov 10

Xuchang, China

#258 Sep 13, 2013
g20 was over, but your childish game is still going...

Since: Nov 10

Xuchang, China

#259 Sep 13, 2013
suggest that you can continue with that G8 meeting.

“To be or not to be”

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#260 Sep 13, 2013
WEST is IMPERAILISM EVIL wrote:
<quoted text>You mean Floating currency tied to US world currency reserve , you men US dollar Hegemony, only stupid will do that. And , look what happen to India's and dumb ally of the US as in ruined India Rupee, as devaulation of its currency faltered because US sanctions on India, do you have idea what i'm talking about ,so dimwit? You think few don't understand Macroeconomic, but you can fool the many but not few! U only looking our for best interest of your own nation interest! caUGHT YOU Mtf! jajajaja bwhahahahA
Maybe the world should use something else to do international trade instead of the US dollar. Gold ? Silver, platinum, rare earth?
Why don't people vote on this at the United Nations?

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#262 Sep 13, 2013
-TheExam- wrote:
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Maybe the world should use something else to do international trade instead of the US dollar. Gold ? Silver, platinum, rare earth?
Why don't people vote on this at the United Nations?
Because Gold, Silver, platinum, rare earth are commodities with actual use outside your hypathetical use as currency back up. And if they were to be traded speculators would have a field day and the cost of these things would sky rocket.

Another thing, the current system of floating currencies is the best humans have thought of yet, China, Japan, the Asian Tigers, the German miracle and many more economic events would have never happened without floating currencies. With floating currencies wealth is created faster than when you have currency backed by gold or some other hank of junk.

The worst depressions, the type that last 10 years and longer are all the products of gold based currencies, world economy is just too big(how long would rare earth, gold and silver last) and diverse to have a metal back it up. I mean countries like Zimbabwe that produce nothing of much value would become global economic powers overnight because of the reserves they hold. Gold, silver and even rare earth backed currencies belong only in museums not banks.

Better idea is the BIT coin system which will maybe in 20 years be the coolest thing that ever happened to the world. Why? Because we need more deregualtion not more regualution that mineral back currencies bring.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#263 Sep 14, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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Are Chinese all as illiterate as you? I practically wrote it down in the same post you replied to, yet you fail to see it....is your rice paddy kongfu education that bad?
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he India rupee crushing is a direct result of inflation in that country being mirrored on the currency, the huge deficit but mostly due to the prospect of the Federal Reserve ending its purchases of bonds which has created a sort of credit crunch like in China, but worse because it is not being controlled.
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No need to thank me corpse fuker
You are intentionally change subject here, we were talking about Japan and China growth here but you intentionally change it to India. I use to think you did this by mistake, now I am sure you did this on purpose, you are just a low life slicky fucker, although I couldn't understand why you are here spneding so much time doing this, you must have a miserable real life to do that.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#264 Sep 14, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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Sorry do you know by heart approxmately how much the GDP/capita of about 80 countries is? I do and I am sorry I make a memory error sometimes mistaking Ghana for Gabon, shit happens when you have all that in your memory.
NO but I know what China's and Ghana's are so I brought it up, you responded as if you are an expert, without even sure of the name of the country you were talking about, that was you.

And its not a memory problem you said you were reading something but you read the wrong line and got Gabon instead of Ghana, what were you reading? Google much? I am not against you google but had you that much confidence at least you should read the right country
AAA

London, UK

#266 Sep 14, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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NO but I know what China's and Ghana's are so I brought it up, you responded as if you are an expert, without even sure of the name of the country you were talking about, that was you.
And its not a memory problem you said you were reading something but you read the wrong line and got Gabon instead of Ghana, what were you reading? Google much? I am not against you google but had you that much confidence at least you should read the right country
Speaking of Ghana, it is already on its way to mega wealth on the back of oil discovery. It is a fine country with fairly stable political system. Kofi Annan is a Ghanaian.

Just couple of years ago, when president Mills was still around, he was keen to invite the Chinese to bid for the concession. The last concession was given to Kosmos, an American firm, by his predecessor but the deal was massively against the Ghanaian people. Mills wanted to correct this by bringing in the Chinese. Of course the Americans won't too happy so they started a smear and praise campaign against him. If you remember Obama went to Ghana to make a speech about governance and oil wealth, while the US oil executives were busy bribing the politicians. I knew at that time the Chinese won't so keen to bid against the Americans, so they stayed away until Mills made a state visit to China despite falling health. He passed away just less than 2 years later.

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#268 Sep 15, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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NO but I know what China's and Ghana's are so I brought it up, you responded as if you are an expert, without even sure of the name of the country you were talking about, that was you.
And its not a memory problem you said you were reading something but you read the wrong line and got Gabon instead of Ghana, what were you reading? Google much? I am not against you google but had you that much confidence at least you should read the right country
But what is the difference, they are both poor African countries and the fact that half of broke ass Africa has a better living standard to Chinese people should already be enough to prove my point that China has some of the world's poorest people.

I rarely google as you will notice if you go back I rarely post anything unoriginally from my brain or paste much.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#269 Sep 18, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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But what is the difference, they are both poor African countries and the fact that half of broke ass Africa has a better living standard to Chinese people should already be enough to prove my point that China has some of the world's poorest people..
Sure, in fact half of broken ass Africa has a better living standar than Eurupeans including Norwegians, and Chinese have better living standards than Norweigian fishermen, big deal.
dreadman82 wrote:
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I rarely google as you will notice if you go back I rarely post anything unoriginally from my brain or paste much.
I am sure! I bet this is how you come up with 5.8 billion current world population?!

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#270 Sep 18, 2013
AAA wrote:
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Speaking of Ghana, it is already on its way to mega wealth on the back of oil discovery. It is a fine country with fairly stable political system. Kofi Annan is a Ghanaian.
Just couple of years ago, when president Mills was still around, he was keen to invite the Chinese to bid for the concession. The last concession was given to Kosmos, an American firm, by his predecessor but the deal was massively against the Ghanaian people. Mills wanted to correct this by bringing in the Chinese. Of course the Americans won't too happy so they started a smear and praise campaign against him. If you remember Obama went to Ghana to make a speech about governance and oil wealth, while the US oil executives were busy bribing the politicians. I knew at that time the Chinese won't so keen to bid against the Americans, so they stayed away until Mills made a state visit to China despite falling health. He passed away just less than 2 years later.
I have nothing against Africans but they all have bad credit. The nicest popele I know are probably in Benin, they were very friendly to Chinese......
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#271 Sep 18, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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Sure, in fact half of broken ass Africa has a better living standar than Eurupeans including Norwegians, and Chinese have better living standards than Norweigian fishermen, big deal.
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I am sure! I bet this is how you come up with 5.8 billion current world population?!
Oh yeah, Chinese people are really rich!!!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-19648095

What an amazing standard of living!!!!

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#274 Sep 19, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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Sure, in fact half of broken ass Africa has a better living standar than Eurupeans including Norwegians, and Chinese have better living standards than Norweigian fishermen, big deal.
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I am sure! I bet this is how you come up with 5.8 billion current world population?!
Well that is the dummest thing I have ever heard and will not even post a reply because clearly shows how brainwashed you are. Norway has a GDP/Capita of which is among the highest in the world, has modern medical infrustructure, schools, universities.

Norway has some of the world's highest minimum salaries in the world, a Norwegian fisher man (which ironically is not a low earning job in Northern Europe, shows again how much you know) makes much more than a Chinese doctor is able to afford a holiday and is basically very well off, in fact a homeless unemployed man in Norway makes more than an employed well paid Chinese factory worker. In Norway the unemployed receive 87.6% of their previous salaries. Norway has been voted the best place to live so many times that I can't even remember.

So yeah so you are stupid for even trying to go in this direction or was it a sarcastic attempt at doogging the truth again, China is a poor country ass-ho, the sooner you stop pretending it isn't the sooner we can welcome you to the adult world.

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#275 Sep 19, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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I have nothing against Africans but they all have bad credit. The nicest popele I know are probably in Benin, they were very friendly to Chinese......
So only people who have governments which are friendly to Chinese people have high living standards? That means that the people of Sudan, Syria and Iran must have the best living standards in the world right?

Oh mister "nothing against Africans" do you remember calling the People from Ghana Chimps?

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#276 Sep 19, 2013
AAA wrote:
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Speaking of Ghana, it is already on its way to mega wealth on the back of oil discovery. It is a fine country with fairly stable political system. Kofi Annan is a Ghanaian.
Just couple of years ago, when president Mills was still around, he was keen to invite the Chinese to bid for the concession. The last concession was given to Kosmos, an American firm, by his predecessor but the deal was massively against the Ghanaian people. Mills wanted to correct this by bringing in the Chinese. Of course the Americans won't too happy so they started a smear and praise campaign against him. If you remember Obama went to Ghana to make a speech about governance and oil wealth, while the US oil executives were busy bribing the politicians. I knew at that time the Chinese won't so keen to bid against the Americans, so they stayed away until Mills made a state visit to China despite falling health. He passed away just less than 2 years later.
Very few countries make oil work to improve living standards.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#277 Sep 19, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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Well that is the dummest thing I have ever heard and will not even post a reply because clearly shows how brainwashed you are. Norway has a GDP/Capita of which is among the highest in the world, has modern medical infrustructure, schools, universities.
Norway has some of the world's highest minimum salaries in the world, a Norwegian fisher man (which ironically is not a low earning job in Northern Europe, shows again how much you know) makes much more than a Chinese doctor is able to afford a holiday and is basically very well off, in fact a homeless unemployed man in Norway makes more than an employed well paid Chinese factory worker. In Norway the unemployed receive 87.6% of their previous salaries. Norway has been voted the best place to live so many times that I can't even remember.
So yeah so you are stupid for even trying to go in this direction or was it a sarcastic attempt at doogging the truth again, China is a poor country ass-ho, the sooner you stop pretending it isn't the sooner we can welcome you to the adult world.
You are a professional economist you should know how to write an eassay to prove something, I don't want to read stupid bullshit from you that obviously didn't go through you brain and without supporting evidence, especially when the limited figures you provided have all been wrong.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#278 Sep 19, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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Very few countries make oil work to improve living standards.
Very few? Opec has 11 members, they live on Oil, Noway isn't evne a member of Opec

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#279 Sep 19, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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Very few? Opec has 11 members, they live on Oil, Noway isn't evne a member of Opec
Do you know what I meant? I said most countries fail to bring their living standards because of oil, oil usually leads to suffering or inbalance. Most Opec countries are the most unequal countries in the world.

They teach a monkey to type but can't teach it to think, you clearly point this out......BAD EDUCATION

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#282 Sep 19, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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Very few? Opec has 11 members, they live on Oil, Noway isn't evne a member of Opec
Norway is by far wealthier than all OPEC countries, Norway is not in OPEC because OPEC is a cartel that cuts prices to raise prices, that hurts economies. Norway has a powerful interest in long-term stability of prices.

Norway is 14th largest oil producer in the world and produces nearly 2.5% of the world's oil, BTW China is not an OPEC country yet it is the 5th largest producer at 4.5%. OPEC is for muslims and third world countries hence the US, Canada, Russia and Norway are kind bared from this group.

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