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Australia’s China Syndrome

January 8, 2016 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ If China falls, it will take Australia with it: A loss of confidence in the ability of Beijing to manage the downturn in the Chinese economy has sent shares plunging for the fifth successive day, amid fears it will spark a new bout of global ­instability. As legendary investor George Soros […]

China Even More Scary Than Greece. Australian Stock Market Freaks Out

July 6, 2015 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Greece is not the biggest problem. Watch out for this: China’s stock markets face a make-or-break week after officials rolled out an unprecedented series of steps at the weekend to prevent a full-blown stock market crash that would threaten the world’s second-largest economy. The government is anxiously awaiting the market opening […]

China is Blocking America’s Economic Recovery

September 20, 2011 by

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By Alan Caruba Americans of the generation that fought World War II and lived through the next fifty years of the Cold War never lost sight of the fact that the Soviet Union was Communist and therefore lacking anything resembling the moral values of our nation or the West. Why then do a more recent […]

China is NOT the Future

March 22, 2011 by

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By Alan Caruba Last year I read a book, “China’s Megatrends: The 8 Pillars of a New Society” by John and Doris Naisbitt and was so entranced I completely neglected my normal skepticism and missed all the signals that what I was reading was essentially propaganda. I wonder now how I could have missed this […]

Superpower China

March 29, 2010 by

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By Alan Caruba As the sun begins to set on an America whose dollar set the standard and whose capacity for manufacturing was unchallenged, a new superpower is emerging and it is China. Many of the economists and China-watchers have been quick to seize on any bad news coming out of the Asian giant, but […]