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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-12-10/china-reports-more-than-estimated-november-trade-surplus-of-22-9-billion.html

China Trade Surplus Tops Estimates, Adding to Tension
By Bloomberg News - Dec 10, 2010 7:33 AM GMT
China’s trade surplus and lending exceeded forecasts in November, underscoring the case for higher interest rates and a stronger exchange rate to stem the nation’s escalating inflation.

Frenzy time! Tat avalanche.

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Challenge yourself when buying Christmas presents this year = Don't buy anything made in China!

Great idea but the masses do not work together due to "diversity" and "multi-culturalism" as we used to in days gorn by. During the war.......................

I try to avoid Chinese stuff as much as possible. Bought a Panasonic Plasma a couple of moths ago and was relieved to find it was made in Czech Replublic or somewhere like that. But for the most part is hard to avoid Chinese stuff.

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Great idea but the masses do not work together due to "diversity" and "multi-culturalism" as we used to in days gorn by. During the war.......................

I try to avoid Chinese stuff as much as possible. Bought a Panasonic Plasma a couple of moths ago and was relieved to find it was made in Czech Replublic or somewhere like that. But for the most part is hard to avoid Chinese stuff.

Just read off the CNBC ticker that UK core manufacturing is down 0.3% November and around 3% YoY...cant find a weblink.

Its the recoveryless recovery.

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