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Chinese trade data shows signs of industrial recovery

By Yawen Chen and Kevin Yao | BEIJING Thu Dec 8, 2016 | 10:51am EST

China’s imports grew at the fastest pace in more than two years in November, fueled by its strong thirst for commodities from coal to iron ore, while exports also rose unexpectedly, reflecting a pick-up in both domestic and global demand. 884 more words

Should investors be now equipped to handle ‘Trumpflation’?

‘Trumpflation’, the new buzz word, recently coined by market strategists, relates to inflation which is speculated to be witnessed under Donald Trump’s US presidential administration. 795 more words

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China studying Taiwan from Air prior to invasion

China studying Taiwan from Air prior to invasion

The piece below from Fox News details how the Communist Chinese are studying Taiwan like a fat man studies a piece of fried chicken before wolfing it down. 246 more words

Trump Seen as Biggest Global Economy Risk -- Global Dominance of U.S. Stocks Is Boosted by Postelection Rally

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US President-elect Donald Trump’s future policy stance poses “the single largest risk to the global economy,” according to a client survey by forecasting firm Oxford Economics Ltd. 452 more words

Update on China’s plan to invade Taiwan

Update on China’s plan to invade Taiwan

Those of you who read my blog know I have a theory the Communist Chinese are planning an invasion of Taiwan. 212 more words

Ghost Cities

There have been many stories in the past about China’s apparently countless empty ghost cities, taken as signs of the nation’s economic woes. DW examines if these places are still forlorn or bustling with people.

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In an Effort to Increase Depression and Self Loathing, Facebook expands into Chinese Market

Deciding that their campaign to obliterate human eye contact, increase depression, and lower self worth is incomplete, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced that Facebook will launch a Chinese version of facebook.com. 132 more words

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