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Trade Surplus Of $535 Billion – Not Even The U.S. Trade War Or Covid Pandemic Can Destroy China Economic Powerhouse

Donald Trump had fought fiercely trying to bring China to its knee. But after close to 3 years since the U.S. president started the trade war in March 2018, the dragon is still standing tall – alive and kicking with a smile. Trump’s famous tweet – “trade wars are good, and easy to win” – […]

... written on Jan 15 2021

Five Eyes Alliance Plans To Teach China A Lesson With Economic Sanctions – But It’s Easier Said Than Done

Last month, China stunningly disqualified four pro-democracy Hong Kong lawmakers from its legislature for not being patriotic enough. Apparently, Beijing passed a resolution allowing the city’s government to bypass the courts and dismiss any politicians deemed a threat to national security. In response, all of the Hong Kong’s opposition lawmakers announced their resignation.   Effectively, for […]

... written on Dec 22 2020

China Will Import Coal From Any Country, Except Australia – PM Morrison Upset Over Impact On The A$14 Billion Industry

Aarustralia’s A$14 billion coal industry is expected to be affected with an export ban to China and a terribly upset Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the decision by Beijing would be a “lose-lose” for the environment and trading relationship. Morrison argued – “It really is a lose-lose because coal from other countries, compared to Australian […]

... written on Dec 15 2020

Printing Money – The Stupid Backdoor Deputy Minister Who Thought Malaysia Ringgit Is As Powerful As US Dollar

Why don’t poor countries just print more money? Likewise, why can’t the central bank print money and give the free cash to the people who have become jobless or under-employed due to Covid-19 pandemic? Those are excellent questions – if came from a curious kid. But coming from a deputy minister, it could only mean […]

... written on Nov 21 2020

Australia Hopes RCEP Will Fix Problems With China – But It Gets Worse As Beijing Reveals Three Issues With Canberra

Australia was hoping that by signing the China-backed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) deal on Sunday, it will automatically fix, or at least improve the country’s strained relations with China. If only it was so easy. It would take more than an insignificant deal like RCEP, of which the direct economic benefits are limited, to […]

... written on Nov 19 2020

Australia’s Economy Being Hit Again – China Bans Wheat, Lobster, Barley, Sugar, Wine, Timber, Coal, Copper

Australia’s economy, already plunged into recession in September – its first recession in 30 years since 1991 – continues to register bad news. And it has nothing to do with Covid-19 pandemic. Rather, it’s a self-inflicted economic backlash after Canberra deliberately campaigned for an international inquiry into the origins of the Coronavirus in April which […]

... written on Nov 04 2020

Here’s Why Oil Price In Trouble Again – The U.S.’ 100,000 Daily Covid-19 Cases And New Wave Of Lockdowns In Europe

Crude oil prices dropped below zero for the first time in history on April 20, 2020. Many were scratching their head in disbelief as the U.S. oil prices turned negative. Others were amused as they watched the deepest fall in demand for the “black gold” in 25 years. It’s not everyday you get to watch crude […]

... written on Nov 02 2020

China Punish Australia Again – Recession-Hit Aussie Saw Its A$2 Billion Cotton Industry Targeted

Australia’s economy officially plunged into recession in September after it registered two consecutive quarters of negative growth. Its GDP (gross domestic product) shrank 7% in the April-to-June quarter compared to the previous three months. Not only this is Australia’s first recession in nearly 30 years (since 1991), but also the deepest since the Great Depression […]

... written on Oct 17 2020

Move Over Jack Ma – Meet China’s New Richest Man, Who Made His Fortune Selling Bottled Water

The name Zhong Shanshan rarely rings a bell in mainland China, let alone in the world. But when Jack Ma is mentioned, almost everyone knows the billionaire who founded Alibaba. Others like Tencent founder Pony Ma is also a recognizable name. But as of Wednesday, Jack Ma was no longer the wealthiest man in China. […]

... written on Sep 25 2020

Easy Tips For Trading Starters On How To Set Up An eToro Demo Account

There are several avenues on how you can grow your money. For instance, you can save funds in a bank wherein your money will earn a meager amount, but you can use this as your emergency fund. There is also the option for you to get life insurance wherein your money will not only grow, […]

... written on Sep 22 2020









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