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Q: How about old unpaid debt of China?

https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/historic-chinese-bonds-trump-leverage-beijing

 

So you want Taiwan to kneel, by the way, they owe us about 2 trillion dollars including interests, are you going to pay

the debt also.

 

 

Well, well, well, cough, cough, cough,

 

THATS WHAT I THOUGHT.

 

Beijing maintains Taiwan is part of China, and under international law, successor governments are responsible for the debts of their predecessors.

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/taiwan-signs-deal-to-get-f-16-jets-amid-us-china-tensions/ar-BB17YTK5?li=BBnbfcL

 

Trump is a great salesman, selling old technology for future problems after he is gone.

icnif77:

Trump-a-Team just want to piss-off China-man ... I mean. somebody has to tell China to fcuk-off in SCS.

Historically, Taiwan was NEVER part of China, so WTF ...??

 

Taiwan will be 'the cause' for total western decoupling from China ...

Anyhow, I read in some Standing-Committee's release around 2012 or so, that by 2020-30, China's plan is to rely mostly on domestic consumption/economy ... I can't recall the exact year/date of that statement, but I read it.

It looks, it's all part of the plan, however "Fcuk-off SCS ..." still stands!

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ambivalentmace:

A middle class trap with an ageing population and nobody wants to get married, going to be an interesting domestic spending economy, sort of like Japan I suppose.

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icnif77:

Japanese slump is a hard example ... but, at China might be also talk (or wishes ...) about the system's change ...

However, I can't imagine 1.4 B people living happily in democratic system ...

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ambivalentmace:

yes, the question that nobody wants to ask, When is a country to big to maintain by geography or population? Maybe separate entities is the long term result, but nobody utters those words.

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icnif77:

Separete entities?

 

Yesterday ...

 

China Buzzes Taiwan With Unusually Large Show Of Force Involving 18 Aircraft

Another top American official is on a three day visit to Taiwan, and China has made its anger known by once again buzzing the island with fighter jets

.But this time it was an almost unprecedented show of air power in recent times.

Just a day after US Undersecretary for Economic Affairs Keith Krach arrived in Taipei for talks on Thursday, China sent what it called a “necessary response” in the form of an usually large group of 18 jets flying near the island.

 

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