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Chinese Exports Up 50% As West Demands More Goods

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http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/most-asia-stocks-recover-on-china-export-jump-reuters_molt-8a05d4a466d4.html?x=0

Most Asia stocks recover on China export jump
Sugita Katyal, 8:34, Wednesday 9 June 2010
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Most Asian stock markets clawed back early losses Wednesday and the euro stabilised as news of stronger-than-expected exports from China offset worries that Europe's debt problems will stifle demand for Asian goods.
The Chinese numbers also sparked what looked to be a tentative return of risk appetite in markets globally.

Things are never as bad as they seem. With a 50% rise in exports it can only mean demand is not affected when it comes to spending. Rock on!

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Report lacks details up 50% from what.

If you exported 10 items in 2008, but in 2009 it was 2, so a 50% increase in 2010 is now they are exporting 3.

I suspect VI ramping to get everyone buying shares for our locked in recovery.

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Report lacks details up 50% from what.

If you exported 10 items in 2008, but in 2009 it was 2, so a 50% increase in 2010 is now they are exporting 3.

I suspect VI ramping to get everyone buying shares for our locked in recovery.

seconded.

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Report lacks details up 50% from what.

If you exported 10 items in 2008, but in 2009 it was 2, so a 50% increase in 2010 is now they are exporting 3.

I suspect VI ramping to get everyone buying shares for our locked in recovery.

I think its office space they are exporting..they have a glut.

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Probably migrants tbh, after the Chinese earthquakes a lot of migrants from those areas appeared in the UK and in China town.

It's pretty easy to tell as the language of China town has changed over the past 10 years used to be mostly Hakka, then went to Cantonese, and is now filled with Fujian and scezhwan dialects.

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Probably migrants tbh, after the Chinese earthquakes a lot of migrants from those areas appeared in the UK and in China town.

It's pretty easy to tell as the language of China town has changed over the past 10 years used to be mostly Hakka, then went to Cantonese, and is now filled with Fujian and scezhwan dialects.

yep, I noticed that too.:lol:

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hey chinaman, send us more plastic dog tuds, we're running low.

thats plastic dog tuds, not turds, we've got a surplus of them.

Edited by Reck B

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Some here think China makes tat.

Au contraire - that shiny i phone, DVD, plasma tv, and your clothes are all made in China, largely.

Today's post from Yelnick's blog makes interesting reading - expect Chinese made consumer goods to increase in price.

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http://finance.yahoo.com/news/World-stock-markets-cheered-apf-389234069.html?x=0&sec=topStories&pos=4&asset=&ccode=

World stock markets cheered by Chinese IPO
European markets follow Asia higher on news of record Chinese IPO; debt worries linger
Carlo "The Axe" Piovano, Associated Press Writer, On Wednesday June 9, 2010, 5:41 am EDT
LONDON (AP) -- World markets mostly rose Wednesday as investors cheered the news that a state-owned Chinese bank is readying a record-breaking initial public offering. Worries that Europe's debt crisis and spending cuts will hurt growth for years kept the region's markets in check, however.

Good news there is good news here. Although I am not sure why.

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