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China the monster.
nipper
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there will be downstream flooding, for sure.

But there seems to be floods every year in Southern China, about this year. Monsoon moving north.




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China the Monster, also has a monster Dam, the Three Gorges Dam.
Over the past few weeks, there has been steady rain upstream.
From American Thinker

Then on Sunday and Monday, the catchment area had 16.8 inches of rain!
The 3GD plus all the other dams upstream have been letting water flow over barages at rates unheard of.
The inflow is running at 40 acre feet per second! Unimaginable amount of water!
As if the poor buggers in Wuhan haven't suffered enough, its right in the path of the floodwaters.
So far about 1.2 million people have been affected by the massive floodwaters.
But the worst may yet be to come.
The 3GD is so large, that the weight of water may be having seismological effects as the crust undeneath it is compressed. (Geodynamic journal)
And as if things couldn't get any worse, the China Meteorological Administration suggests there will be an 80percent risk of thunderstorms for the next 11 days.
If the 3DG fails, it will be a human disaster that will make COVID seem like a pimple on me bum.
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This is a ripper.... all that glisters may well be Copper. Especially when the PLA is involved.

https://smallcaps.com.au/china-counterfeit-...ake-bars-loans/

Fraud,... perhaps $4bill. ? Nasdaq pseudo legitimacy. Crony socialism with capitalist characteristic (and just a hint of standover heavying)



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china still rely on export [over 30%] their GDP??
if world economy is in deep shit, how they can do better???

i guess everyone is in the dirty hole atm. sadsmiley02.gif





 
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China’s economy seems to be getting healthier with the official June surveys of manufacturing and services (known as PMIs) both showing rises to new multi-month highs.

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Both surveys come from the National Bureau of Statistics and the one most watched covers manufacturing where the purchasing managers index edged up to 50.9 in June from 50.6 in May.

China’s non-manufacturing PMI rose to a seven-month high of 54.4 in June from 53.6 in May, the statistics bureau said.

The reading for the manufacturing PMI was the highest in three months and the index has now remained above the 50 mark for four straight months. (a reading of 50 separates expansion – above – from contraction – below).

The production subindex rose to 53.9 in June from 53.2 in May. The overall-new-orders subindex rose to 51.4, from 50.9 in May, a sign of improving manufacturing market demand.

While new-export-orders subindex, a gauge of external demand for Chinese goods, climbed to 42.6 in June from 35.3 in May, it is still deep in contraction territory, underlining the chief problem about the performance of the Chinese economy – weak external demand from major export destinations such as Japan, the US, and the eurozone.

The subindex measuring imports rose to 47.0 from 45.3 in May. That is still in mild contraction and the trade data for June later this month should confirm that imports remain weak, but are improving – especially commodities such as oil, copper and iron ore.






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Is China preparing to issue a gold-backed currency? Only time will tell, but there have been plenty of rumblings since 2008 of China pushing a gold-backed yuan.

If more companies continue to be gobbled up by Chinese mining companies, there certainly seems that something strategic is going on behind the scenes.



https://www.zerohedge.com/commodities/chine...-gold-companies


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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Jun 24 2020, 09:26 AM

Australians don't like being lectured to. The breach of diplomatic protocols didn't go unnoticed (local Ambassador just a pit bull). And most of the supply chain issues can be sourced from elsewhere; at a cost , sure! but, nevertheless, how much junk do we need?

Our Australian media will say what it likes; China's media will only say what its masters dictate to them. BIG difference.




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https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/tr...ays/ar-BB15Sx7v

surprised me that still have 23%

i for one think think that damage has been done by

The past year has seen China impose stiff tariffs on Australian barley exports, warn its students against studying in Australia, as well as being identified as the source of cyber-attacks against the country.
and few other economic events.

vise versa , the trust for aussie in china plunged as well.


both side's media played big part of this i reckon!!




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weakness => illegitimacy
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inevitable Western decoupling of supply chains from China, combined with huge demographic headwinds, massive excess capacity, weak per capita incomes and miserly consumption demand ....fundamentally threatens the Middle Kingdom's long-term prosperity and the Chinese Communist Party's legitimacy.




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sadsmiley02.gif

not only CCP shows the true colours these days, USA dose it as well so as most of others.
the world is in a chaos, the confrontation is really heats up to a danger level.
worry about the fights gonna breakout soon!!

keep going ...till nuke bomb been used, and destroy the earth once for all. then we all can have a good rest----forever!!



 
 


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