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Us Economic Imbalances & Selling Taiwan To China

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It is widely reported that US economic policy has resulted in unprecedented economic imbalances.

IMHO the US retains one asset which China deffinitely wants back, and would be prepared to pay a high price to acheive.

http://news.ft.com/cms/s/d4d57084-aa20-11d...00779e2340.html

Could the locals be trying to delay the day when uncle Sam sells them for a whole fistfull of T-bills?

By attempting to bounce the US position into confrontation, they could be trying to ensure that the implicit protection they currently enjoy is activated and crystallised.

The locals obvious fear would be that on current trends China will have US n*uts on the block, and their 'democracy' will get sold as a trophy asset. Beijing 2012 anyone?

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I think I got a better idea. US owes China so much dosh perhaps they just don't pay it all back :lol::lol:. China won't be expecting that!.

US forms new pan European cuurency inclusive of Soviet Empire and sod China. Now if they want to eat imported food they better leave Taiwan alone, actually Japan as well.

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