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China Fails to Break Its Addiction
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  • lukelea

    The Chinese general public, whose life savings are being squandered, will ultimately pay the bill. It won’t be pretty and may conceivably (best case scenario) lead to democratic reform. Or it might lead to war . . .

  • Angel Martin

    The Chinese Communist dictators will take any growth at this point – regardless of how it is achieved.

    They know better than anyone that they are sitting on an economic and social powder keg.

    Which is why they spend foolish amounts of money buying overpriced real estate in Vancouver etc. as a safety deposit box out of reach of a vengeful post-Communist China.

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