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by wong
25 Aug 2013 16:19
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

^^^^

Not worried. Rather enjoying this as the Chinese poster's predictions are all coming true.
by wong
25 Aug 2013 15:20
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

^^^^ Yup, that's right. You can't go bankrupt owing money to yourself. The Federal Reserve can print $80 billion a month in new money to lend to itself and when they stop, it's Indonesia and India that gets crushed. China owes Yuan to itself just like the Fed owes dollars to itself. Why is this conc...
by wong
25 Aug 2013 15:00
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

wong: Keep India out of this thread. Way too much hyperbole. China's history is characterized by constant upheaval and overthrow of dynasties, invasion and the gain and loss of territory, with enormous bloodshed and brutality in the process. Continuity in the form of peaceful transfer of power AND ...
by wong
25 Aug 2013 14:32
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

Pretty much as I predicted, a big yawn about the Indian crisis because China and Japan are doing well and India doesn't matter to the western central bankers. The only bailout for India will come from the IMF and only at unfriendly, non-European terms. Learn to save for a rainy day like China and Ja...
by wong
23 Aug 2013 23:47
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

Unlike Egypt and china we are not a single person or party rule. So the analogy is mistaken. And yes we will have our youth bulge now at least till 2040. In this duration we will have a healthier ratio of retirees and earning members. Unlike the inverted pyramid of certain easy Asian nations. And t...
by wong
23 Aug 2013 23:33
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

^^^^ "Rail and passenger rail especially cannot be the driver of growth." That's actually not correct. Rail was a huge driver of the post Civil War American economy. Read the rest of the link. It gives many examples of HSR improving productivity, tourism, consumption and urbanization all o...
by wong
23 Aug 2013 21:10
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

High-speed rail is at the foundation of China’s growth strategy http://qz.com/116190/high-speed-rail-is-at-the-foundation-of-chinas-growth-strategy/ Has China overinvested in high speed rail? Anecdotal stories of empty train stations (paywall) in far-off provinces have led some to conclude that high...
by wong
23 Aug 2013 21:08
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

NEW DELHI: Finnish telecom giant Nokia has told India's government that the country is now its "least favourable market" to operate in and it makes better sense to export its products from China, a report said Friday http://m.timesofindia.com/tech/tech-news/hardware/Nokia-threatens-to-quit...
by wong
23 Aug 2013 18:57
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

https://www.credit-suisse.com/ch/en/news-and-expertise/news/economy/asia-pacific.article.html/article/pwp/news-and-expertise/2013/07/en/chinas-new-bullet-trains-wont-eat-up-airline-profits.html "Can Airlines Beat High-Speed Rail?" The turbocharged expansion of ultra-fast train networks has...
by wong
23 Aug 2013 17:03
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

China FDI inflows quicken in July despite slowing growth http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/23/us-china-economy-fdi-idUSBRE97M04J20130823 BEIJING (Reuters) - Investment inflows into China quickened in July, the government said on Friday, suggesting foreign firms' confidence in the world's No.2 e...
by wong
22 Aug 2013 08:12
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indian Economy - News & Discussion 27 May 2012
Replies: 3973
Views: 158987

Re: Indian Economy - News & Discussion 27 May 2012

@chola Let me teach you something chola because you obviously need a clue. You act like this is a surprise for western central bankers and they are gonna panic with the RBI. "We've got to help defend the rupee." They are not surprised. Central bankers look at the country exposures of their...
by wong
22 Aug 2013 07:08
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indian Economy - News & Discussion 27 May 2012
Replies: 3973
Views: 158987

Re: Indian Economy - News & Discussion 27 May 2012

^^^^ "Go ahead, make my day, short sell the rupee." History has shown that macro hedge funds have no problem taking on and breaking central banks (especially when running in wolf packs). Just ask Soros. So, yes, they probably will make the author's day and keep shorting the rupee. Right n...
by wong
22 Aug 2013 04:27
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indian Economy - News & Discussion 27 May 2012
Replies: 3973
Views: 158987

Re: Indian Economy - News & Discussion 27 May 2012

^^^^ "Go ahead, make my day, short sell the rupee." History has shown that macro hedge funds have no problem taking on and breaking central banks (especially when running in wolf packs). Just ask Soros. So, yes, they probably will make the author's day and keep shorting the rupee. Right no...
by wong
21 Aug 2013 16:27
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

China 7.5% Target Seen in Reach as U.S. Demand Picks Up: Economy By Bloomberg News - Aug 20, 2013 10:24 PM ET China will achieve the government’s 7.5 percent growth target this year as the world’s second-biggest economy stabilizes after a two-quarter slowdown, a Bloomberg News survey of economists i...
by wong
21 Aug 2013 04:04
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

Well not exactly wong. When we were independent the Britishers said we would not be able to hold the country together. There is too much of internal division. They said that Pakistan would come on top due to its cohesion. Look at how it has turned out. And I will hold it to you. Shall we have two b...
by wong
21 Aug 2013 04:02
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

^^^^

I didn't bring India into the conversation. Another member did. Let me re-quote what another member said:

"We are pointing out facts. The crux of the matter is >>>India<<< can go to 3% growth rate and still not have social upheavals."
by wong
20 Aug 2013 16:32
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

^^^^ "We are pointing out facts. The crux of the matter is India can go to 3% growth rate and still not have social upheavals." Are you sure??? Jim Rogers (who's right 90% of the time) has basically predicted India will have civil war in less than 25 years. Many Chinese think India looks m...
by wong
20 Aug 2013 15:38
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indian Economy - News & Discussion 27 May 2012
Replies: 3973
Views: 158987

Re: Indian Economy - News & Discussion 27 May 2012

vera_k wrote:Think the BRIS were really just a balancing act against the C.

USD vs Chinese Yuan



The Chinese netizens have been complaining for years that BRIC was just stupid and that 'B', 'R' & especially 'I' were just riding China's coattails.
by wong
20 Aug 2013 15:23
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

^^^^ Nice rant. Wishful thinking is NOT analysis. Gordon Chang called, he says to stop stealing his act that he's had since 1998.. Cherry picking bad news about China and then predicting collapse is Gordon's profession and the fool does it so much better anyone and for longer than anyone (LOL). Ritz...
by wong
16 Aug 2013 15:55
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

^^^^

LOL. You guys never get it. The Yuan can set a record against the dollar whenever it wants. China just wants to set record highs while others have record lows as a big FU (my theory at least).
by wong
16 Aug 2013 15:30
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011
Replies: 3942
Views: 190572

Re: PRC Economy - New Reflections : Dec 15 2011

Yuan Hits Record Against U.S. Dollar SHANGHAI—The Chinese yuan hit a record high against the U.S. dollar on Friday, amid growing expectations that China's economy has stabilized. The yuan reached 6.1090, a gain of 0.06%, in early trade due to strong demand from corporations and broad weakness in the...
by wong
14 Jun 2013 01:27
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

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by wong
13 Jun 2013 03:54
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

Acharya wrote:
The semiconductor company TSMC the initial investors were Indians.



TSMC was founded by Morris Chang (doesn't sound like an Indian name to me).
It was incubated by ITRI.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industri ... _Institute
by wong
13 Jun 2013 03:37
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

I have never seen anybody behave like this poster. Very strange and unexplainable. Not when you factor in the 50 cents per post, sir. Then I must be part of Taiwan's 50 cent army. Seriously, this insult gets old, tiring and shows the lack of fostering creativity in the Indian education system. Here...
by wong
12 Jun 2013 21:38
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

When I get home from work and scan my Republic of China - Taiwan passport with the name Wong on the inside, will you Indians then help my country with a light combat aircraft ??? Seriously! What you Indians will never understand because you come from a country with a 1,000 different ethnic groups i...
by wong
12 Jun 2013 21:37
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

You mean those indigenous fighters that are so good that Taiwan keeps its F-5s in service. :rotfl: LOL "With the introduction of 150 F-16s, 60 Mirage 2000-5s and >>>>> 130 F-CK-1s <<<<<< in mid-to-late-1990s, the F-5E/F series became second line fighters in ROCAF service and mostly are now wit...
by wong
12 Jun 2013 21:33
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

^^^ I hold Taiwanese citizenship. How about helping us with a light fighter??? Please!!!!!! LOL. No wong, I don't believe you. You sound like a slave Commie Chinese! I suggest you go and troll somewhere else! When I get home from work and scan my Republic of China - Taiwan passport with the name Wo...
by wong
12 Jun 2013 20:50
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

^^^

I hold Taiwanese citizenship.

How about helping us with a light fighter??? Please!!!!!! LOL.
by wong
12 Jun 2013 20:39
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

^^^^^ Of course you have a giant ego. Your last attempt at a thermonuclear bomb was a dud. I'm pretty sure Taiwan can do much better on its own. No thanks. How about helping Taiwan with a light fighter too. (Hint: Taiwan's indigenous fighter has been in service for 20 years (okay 19), but it's no LC...
by wong
12 Jun 2013 20:17
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

India needs to give nuclear weapons technology to Vietnam and Taiwan, just as China has given it to Pakistan and North Korea. This last sentence is too funny. Taiwan like Japan could have a nuclear weapon in less than 30 days. It really doesn't need Indian help. REALLY. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wi...
by wong
07 Jun 2013 18:25
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

^^^^

Getting desperate. Most Americans are also 1/4096th Cherokee Indian too (I'm referring to Red Indians, Not Brown Indians), but they are considered Caucasians of European descent.
by wong
07 Jun 2013 17:55
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

^^^^

It doesn't get more stupid than this.
by wong
07 Jun 2013 17:52
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

^^^^^

LOL, stop making stuff up and people won't have to call you out on it.

It's 98% Han:

Traditional Chinese
Ethnic groups
98% Han,[3][4]of which
• 70% Hoklo
• 14% Hakka
• 14% Mainlanders[b]
2% Aborigines[c]

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiwan
by wong
07 Jun 2013 17:39
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 408381

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

^^^^

LOL Indians. You realize that everyone in Taiwan is racially Han Chinese, right??? It's like 99.9% Han with some aborigines.
by wong
01 Jun 2013 21:57
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Perspectives on the global economic meltdown- (Nov 28 2010)
Replies: 4994
Views: 296344

Re: Perspectives on the global economic meltdown- (Nov 28 20

Suraj: if you look at the balance sheet of the USA alone, it's something like $70 Trillion (the number is published by the Fed). That's all assets, not derivatives. Global assets combined are probably north of $130 Trillion on a balance sheet basis. You can save and invest $3.4 Trillion without muc...
by wong
01 Jun 2013 20:07
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Perspectives on the global economic meltdown- (Nov 28 2010)
Replies: 4994
Views: 296344

Re: Perspectives on the global economic meltdown- (Nov 28 20

Suraj: if you look at the balance sheet of the USA alone, it's something like $70 Trillion (the number is published by the Fed). That's all assets, not derivatives. Global assets combined are probably north of $130 Trillion on a balance sheet basis. You can save and invest $3.4 Trillion without much...
by wong
01 Jun 2013 02:49
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Perspectives on the global economic meltdown- (Nov 28 2010)
Replies: 4994
Views: 296344

Re: Perspectives on the global economic meltdown- (Nov 28 20

^^^^

Sour grapes. Keep thinking being one quarter away from a ratings downgrade or a current account deficit crisis is the "non-sucker", "smart" strategy.
by wong
01 Jun 2013 02:28
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Perspectives on the global economic meltdown- (Nov 28 2010)
Replies: 4994
Views: 296344

Re: Perspectives on the global economic meltdown- (Nov 28 20

$7 billion is with the assumption of debt. $7 billion is the purchase price. The premium it paid is called the control premium. That's not market impact. They are two different things in finance. You need to learn to read. I also said petroleum and soybeans. Did they buy a soybean company or just so...
by wong
01 Jun 2013 02:12
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Perspectives on the global economic meltdown- (Nov 28 2010)
Replies: 4994
Views: 296344

Re: Perspectives on the global economic meltdown- (Nov 28 20

I never said China can have control of Boeing. Nor was it ever my argument. But China can buy as many Boeing planes as it needs for its economy with the $3.4 Trillion it has in foreign exchange. That's good enough. It doesn't need control of Boeing to buy the shares or the planes. And that 2/3rd num...

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