Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Soaring prices for pork, vegetables and other staples have authorities worried about the potential

China feels after-effects of economic stimulus

Beijing's massive program to shield its economy from fallout from the financial crisis has fueled inflation. Many construction projects, including malls and office towers, sit nearly empty

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12 thoughts on “Soaring prices for pork, vegetables and other staples have authorities worried about the potential

  • The LA Times’ opinion on Chinese food inflation. Bravo, Mark.

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  • another intelligent debate from pelethar

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  • Again, it’s been a while, “Hyperinflation, food shortages.”

    Le Crunch.

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  • Stop it – handbags at dawn is reserved exclusively for techieman and HPW

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  • Such sour grapes from the yanks where China is concerned..

    Ho ho ho….

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  • Might cause problems for UK population who live on takeaways.

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  • Perhaps they should remember these old Chinese proverbs:

    Man with one chopstick go hungry.

    Woman who cooks meat and peas in same pot is very unhygienic

    Virginity like bubble, one pr*ck, all gone.

    Foolish man give wife grand piano, wise man give wife upright organ.

    Man who scratch ass should not bite fingernails. (I hope Gordon Brown remembered this)

    Man who fish in other man’s well often catch crabs.

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  • Man with no lead in pencil need no rubber

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  • 6. mr g

    Man who thinks trees grow to sky, had better watch for golden delicious apples. lol

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  • Man with two t’s in name never go hungry.

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  • 2. mark said…”another intelligent debate from pelethar”

    Man who looks for intelligence is lacking somewhere.

    Mark, you did start it. 😉

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  • no problem, there’s always the height of Chinese culture…..McDonald’s

    http://www.weirdasianews.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/McDonalds_China.jpg

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