December 11, 2018 at 10:54 pm #170205
IMF issues warning on the US-China trade war
“China has many reforms that it could carry out that would be in its own interest and in the interest of countries around the globe. But China feels they can’t take those steps, as they put it, with a gun to their head, in the midst of trade tensions…Trade barriers if they are sustained could lead to a fragmentation of the global economy. If this [trade dispute] leads to stalemate, China may decide to reorientate its economy not to trade with the US. To accept sustained trade barriers … could lead to a slowdown [for the global economy],” he said.December 12, 2018 at 1:04 am #170216
If another financial crisis takes place, the USA will go belly upJanuary 7, 2019 at 6:23 pm #176150
I don’t know how reliable Vanity Fair is (not much I suspect) but the headline of this story is amusing:
Trump Official Threatens Peasant Revolt in China If Xi Doesn’t Cut a DealJanuary 7, 2019 at 6:34 pm #176151
Donald Trump has not discovered the hot water yet. Peasant and industrial workers revolts in China have taken place for many years, it is not due to bourgeois protectionism. The western press does not make any mention of that type of situation because most western capitalists have an investment in China, they only made propaganda against Chinese workers oppression when Mao Tse Tung was in power before the agreement made with Richard Nixon and Bill ClintonJanuary 7, 2019 at 6:47 pm #176164
Peter Hudis who is a Marxist Humanists and had travelled frequently to China, and compiled Rosa Luxembourg works on China, have written a couples of articles about the Chinese workers discontent and revolts, and he said that China workers revolts are boiling up, he said that China is a future incubator of workers revolts, and the Trotsky Socialist Party have written also several articles about the Chinese peasants workers revolts which have been taken place since 2001
The Communist Voice Journal has written several articles about Chinese workers uprising and the so-called privatization of peasants lands in China which have created protests among the peasants
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