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As I’ve mentioned, the Chinese economy is going to go through a lot tougher time in the next decade. There is no way out of it
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woah what caused this?
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Whoa when I glanced at that I thought the red line was us and white China. How is it possible they printed that much? Was it all the real estate bailouts for banks?
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This actually makes me feel a bit better about the US fiscal position πŸ˜‚
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People expect China to dominate but the money says otherwise
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10 $degen
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Extremely tough, agreed. But I don't think the US-China tensions will be that bad going forward. China will have to give in and US also knows it's a mutual benefit for their own corporations. Baby empire India is also rising so I'm not quite sure if the US really wants to throw China a lifeline.
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I'm honestly surprised it didn't eject higher. I think the US is about to match soon.
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