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China started this
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When China can match the U.S. one on one, why should the Chinese submit??
I thought that it was US fear of china's made in china 2025 plan that started the break up.
Lol, last few questions, she really slowed things down rather than sped it up by having to repeat each question a few times in a more wordy way than the original.
This is an infantile argument of who started what? You can't stop China by hamstringing it bcos what doesn't kill them will only make them stronger. You're sowing the seeds of your own defeat.
I figure America can't stand another kid on the block. WE run the show. China's rising and we're declining, pure and simple.
There was no Tiananmen massacre. It was extremely violent protesters like those in HK. They burned a lot of troops tracks and killed a lot soldiers. There were clashes between two sides, around 200-300 people died , big portions were soldiers, then by-standers and violent gangsters! Guess who orchestrated?! US NED … a NGO backed by CIA, the same text book approach by US NED in Cuba, Venezuela, Ukraine… WHY Americans are so brainwashed on this? Even WikiLeaks has showed reports there were no massacre
Would should we change mother fucker? Convergence means both sides change. We're going to fuck you up for your opium wars 100 years ago. Give it 6 years. You will have a pussy president replacing Trump.
China mistrust arise because of the 90s gulf war, and its subsequent gulf war 2 after 911. They saw what we did to saddam, how we strung him up. They also saw how we send aircraft carries to Taiwan in the 90s. And they realised we never intend to recognised one China when a us general says we will never return ROC. Seeing it as a launching platform into China. And they wondered why we keep talking about the massacre in 89 when we know full well with live broadcast that it never happened. So they know we are playing them in, and US imperialism ambition has not changed.
So he is a democrat. And he says we are liberal and China is mercantilist. Aren’t we profit driven free market private enterprise? That makes us mercantilist, period. Plus we don’t produce products due to expensive plus untrained labour. However, we are better at services and franchising which we are earning huge profits from China. Why aren’t anyone talking about that?? Perhaps if you understand democrats, you will realise it is about class. The Chinese government lifted hundreds of millions out of proverty which is their focus. Democrats is about enriching themselves and the separation of the ruling capitalist class vs the working class. The rest are just noise.
There is no doubt that China and USA are moving more and more away from one another and that they will in the near future be decoupling. The most important question that should be addressed is therefore: Which of the two countries, namely, China and USA, is more prepared for the decoupling of their economies? Currently, China is dependent on the US for two things: the US is a major market for Chinese products, and the US is a major supplier of high tech products for China. However, China is now implementing two major projects, namely, the Belt and Road Initiative and the Made in China 2025. With the steady progress of the Belt and Road Initiative, China will be less and less dependent on the US as a market. In three to five years’ time, China will not need the US as a market.As the Made in China 2025 matures, China will not only be self-sufficient in high tech products but will also be a major supplier of high tech products to the World. This means that China will not rely on US high tech products at all.For the US, the matter is different. Currently, China is supplying more than 500 billion dollars of consumer products to the US. Which country or countries will supply the US after the decoupling? Many people have named Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bangladesh and India as major replacing suppliers? But, will they be able to supply 500 billion dollars of products within three to five years’ time? Presently, they are supplying less than 100 billion dollars of goods to the US and they are all participating in the Belt and Road Initiative. Their supply to China and other partners of the Initiative will grow rapidly, fuelled by better connectivity, and by an increase in the purchasing power of China and the other participants of the Initiative. It is most likely that they will not increase significantly their supply to the US. The US will then have to rely on its local production and on Mexico and Canada, its two partners of the USMCA. The US is currently selling more than one hundred billion dollars of goods to China, mostly, agricultural products and high tech products. After the decoupling, where will the US sell its agricultural and high tech products? While China will be purchasing soy beans, corn and wheat from Russia, Brazil and Africa, the US will not be able to sell great quantities of these products to other countries. As for the high tech products, since China will become a major supplier of the same products, the US will have to rely mostly on its own market.All in all, it seems that China is prepared to face the decoupling challenge while the US has no idea what it will be facing after the decoupling.
Trump's policy is Decoupling between the US and China and tariff is the tool to move the supply chains out of China.
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