2016/02/09 (Tue) ブルームバーグ紙の戦い
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Iseheijiro 27 minutes ago
Dead old propaganda. Time is moving fast. Perhaps you are not aware of. lol
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tlc upvoted you on Clinton’s Security Clearance Is Under Scrutiny 7 hours ago
Iseheijiro 4 days ago
Explain us that treason things.
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RIF replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 7 hours ago
Iseheijiro 9 hours ago
Don't publish your book here in BB forum.

RIF
RIF 7 hours ago
I'd say don't be a baby killer you Japanese dog... But we already know you are
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DanielSchoop2 upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 9 hours ago
Iseheijiro 9 hours ago
Don't publish your book here in BB forum.
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RIF replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 16 hours ago
Iseheijiro 16 hours ago
NO BOOKS!

RIF
RIF 16 hours ago
^ big words hurt my head because im a Japanese and a Baby killer
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jazzy upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 16 hours ago
Iseheijiro 16 hours ago
Hay moron, don't write a book here.
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RIF replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 16 hours ago
Iseheijiro 16 hours ago
Hay moron, don't write a book here.

RIF
RIF 16 hours ago
I would not have to write a book, if dumb baby killing Japanese...
like you knew what you were talking about...
you dont even see whats in front of your face
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Laos
So it was that Vientiane, the capital city of Laos, has seen something of an absence at its heart with the lack of a Chinatown. Of course, support for the Pathet Lao from the Soviet Union was also a contributory factor but the situation is now changing rapidly. Not only are a small number of Chinese pioneers starting to establish businesses in the city, often in tourism or service industries, but rather larger groups of Chinese are entering the country through being hired as construction workers. The Asian Development Bank is leading attempts to integrate Laos more closely into the rapid economic development being enjoyed in many other parts of Southeast Asia through, among other means, an extensive road-building program. This will link Kunming in Yunnan province in the north to, ultimately, Singapore in the south and central Vietnam in the east with, perhaps one day, India in the west. Thousands of Chinese labourers have entered Laos to help build these roads and, once their contracts have expired, many prefer to stay on to build businesses in areas where they have spotted opportunities. Tens of thousands of Chinese are now believed to be in the sparsely-populated north of Laos – accurate numbers are not known – and the Lao government, acutely conscious of the difficulties its low population and low population density have caused, are expressing fears that a parallel state is being established in the northern border region. That is what already appears to have happened in Burma.
North Korea
Chinese Merchants in North Korea – Cure or Poison to Kim Jong Il?
90% daily goods made in China, 50% circulated by Chinese merchants
By Kim Min Se, Reporter from Shinuijoo & Kwon Jeong Hyun, China
While some prospect that North Korea may be an affiliated market of China’s 4 provinces in the Northeast, the real focus is on the merchants who actually control North Korea's markets. Recently, North Korean citizens have been asserting that markets would immobilize if Chinese merchants were to disappear.
Lately, Chinese merchants are nestling themselves with their newly found fortune in North Korea, undeniably to the envy of North Korean citizens.
In a recent telephone conversation with the DailyNK, Kim Chang Yeol (pseudonym) a resident of Shinuiju said “Most of the tiled houses in Shinuiju are owned by Chinese merchants in Shinuiju are upper class and the rich.” Unlike Pyongyang, tiled houses in Shinuiju are greater in value than apartments. In particular, the homes owned by Chinese merchants are luxurious and impressing.
Kim said “At the moment, 90% of daily goods that are traded at Shinuiju markets are made in China.” What Kim means by 90% of goods is basically
everything excluding agricultural produce and medicinal herbs. Apparently, about half of the (90% of) supplies are circulated by Chinese merchants.
Kim affirmed that the market system could be shaken if supplies were not provided by the Chinese merchants. Hence, Chinese merchants have elevated themselves in North Korea’s integrated market system, to the extent that the market could break down without their existence.
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RIF replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 17 hours ago
Iseheijiro 17 hours ago
BS!

RIF
RIF 17 hours ago
Malaysia
The Malaysian Chinese have traditionally dominated the Malaysian economy, but with the implementation of affirmative action policies by the Malaysian government to protect the rights of ethnic Malays, their share has somewhat eroded. However, they still make up the majority of the middle- and upper-income classes. As of 2007, they constituted about a quarter of the Malaysian population.
Indonesia
The Chinese are reported to control about 3/4 of the 140 big conglomerates that dominate Indonesia’s private sector.
According to a survey of corporations listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange, the Chinese Indonesian community was thought to own or operate a large fraction of major Indonesian corporations. This is a result of a long government restriction for Chinese Indonesians from going into academia, public service, and other governmental occupations.
although only 3.5% of the population is Chinese, they own or control 70% of the non-land wealth.
Suharto imposed the so-called New Order regime.
For some prominent Chinese businessmen who were friends of Suharto, the New Order was a bonanza: they received huge government contracts and became some of the richest men in Asia.
Cambodia
Under the Khmer Rouge
The Khmer Rouge takeover was catastrophic for the Chinese community for several reasons. When the Khmer Rouge took over a town, they immediately disrupted the local market. According to Willmott, this disruption virtually eliminated retail trade "and the traders (almost all Chinese) became indistinguishable from the unpropertied urban classes."
The Chinese, in addition to having their livelihood eradicated on the whole, also suffered because of their class. They were mainly well-educated urban merchants, and thus were characteristic of the people whom the Khmer Rouge detested. Chinese refugees have reported that they shared the same brutal treatment as other urban Cambodians under the Khmer Rouge régime and that they were not discriminated against as an ethnic group until after the Vietnamese invasion.
Modern years
Of particular note is China's economic role in the country,[5] which encouraged Sino-Khmer businessmen to reestablish their past business which were once suppressed by the Khmer Rouge.
Modern Cambodian economy is highly dependent on Sino-Khmer companies who controlled a large stake in the country's economy,[6] and their support is enhanced by the large presence of lawmakers who are of at least part-Chinese ancestry themselves.[7]
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RIF replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 17 hours ago
Iseheijiro 17 hours ago
Dummy. We will see.

RIF
RIF 17 hours ago
see this for starters....idiot
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Singapore
Chinese Singaporeans are people of Chinese descent who are born in or immigrated to Singapore and have attained citizenship or permanent residence status. As of 2009, Chinese Singaporeans constitute 74.2% of Singapore's resident population, or approximately three out of four Singaporeans, making them the largest ethnic group in Singapore.
Singapore's standard of living has risen dramatically. Foreign direct investment and a state-led drive to industrialization based on plans drawn up by the Dutch economist Albert Winsemius have created a modern economy focused on industry, education and urban planning.[11] Singapore is the 5th wealthiest country in the world in terms of GDP (PPP) per capita.[12] As of January 2009, Singapore's official reserves stand at US$170.3 billion.
Thailand
about 14% of Thailand's population claim to be of Chinese ethnicity.[3] Extensive intermarriages with the Thais, especially in the past has resulted in many people who claim Chinese ethnicity with Thai ancestry, or mixed.[4] People of Chinese descent are concentrated in the coastal areas of Thailand, principally Bangkok.[5] They are well-represented in all levels of Thai society and play a leading role in business and politics.
Myanmar
The Burmese Chinese dominate the Burmese economy although many enterprises today are co-owned by the military. Moreover, the Burmese Chinese have a disproportionately large presence in Burmese higher education, and make up a high percentage of the educated class in Burma.
Philippines
The Chinese in the Philippines are mostly business owners and their life centers mostly in the family business. These mostly small or medium enterprises play a significant role in the Philippine economy. A handful of these entrepreneurs run large companies and are respected as some of the most prominent business tycoons in the Philippines. Chinese Filipinos attribute their success in business to frugality and hard work, Confucian values and their traditional Chinese customs and traditions. They are very business-minded and entrepreneurship is highly valued and encouraged among the young
it is estimated that the Chinese comprise 2.5% of the Philippine population and control about 65% of the nation's economy
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RIF replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 17 hours ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
Well, we will see.

RIF
RIF 17 hours ago
plus you two big talkers forgot about this...
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The ASEAN–China Free Trade Area (ACFTA), also known as China–ASEAN Free Trade Area is a free trade area among the ten member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the People's Republic of China. The initial framework agreement was signed on 4 November 2002 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with the intention to establish a free trade area among the eleven nations by 2010.[1][2] The free trade area came into effect on 1 January 2010.[3][4] The ASEAN–China Free Trade Area is the largest free trade area in terms of population and third largest in terms of nominal GDP.[5][6]
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China first proposed the idea of a free trade area in November 2000.[12][13] It had overtaken the United States as the third largest trading partner of ASEAN, after Japan and the European Union, when the free trade area came into effect.[14] Between 2003 and 2008, trade with ASEAN grew from US$59.6 billion to US$192.5 billion.[6] China's transformation into a major economic power in the 21st century has led to an increase of foreign investments in the bamboo network, a network of overseas Chinese businesses operating in the markets of Southeast Asia that share common family and cultural ties.[15][16] China is also the world's largest exporter.
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RIF replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 17 hours ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
Well, we will see.

RIF
RIF 17 hours ago
there is nothing to see buddy Ethnic Chinese already dominate... trade with those South East Asian Nations and China has a 30 billion a year trade surplus with India...
and thats expected to double...to 60 billion,
where are you Japanese?
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India’s trade deficit with China to double in the next two ...
articles.economictimes.indiati......
NEW DELHI: India's trade deficit with China could nearly double to $60 billion in the next two years..
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 18 hours ago
Iseheijiro 18 hours ago
You fuuckin' moron. 50% drop? Fuuckin' moron.

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew 18 hours ago
Yes, 50% drop! The whole American economy is fake...That explains pretty well why China's export is weak. American stock market is a bubble, it needs to crash by half in order to reach a new equilibrium.
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functional upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 18 hours ago
Iseheijiro 18 hours ago
You fuuckin' moron. 50% drop? Fuuckin' moron.
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 18 hours ago
Iseheijiro 18 hours ago
So, Joe the big mouth Bass didn't send donation to Taiwan huh? Nobody believes that Chinese 6.9% economic growth. German economist wrote that it's probably a half of it or minus growth. lol

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew 18 hours ago
Nevermind 6.9 or 69, just crash the sp500 by 50%, and I donate 10% to Taiwan.
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Cyteauri upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 18 hours ago
Iseheijiro 18 hours ago
So, Joe the big mouth Bass didn't send donation to Taiwan huh? Nobody believes that Chinese 6.9% economic growth. German economist wrote that it's probably a half of it or minus growth. lol
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 18 hours ago
Iseheijiro 19 hours ago
Did you send your donation to Taiwan?

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew 18 hours ago
C'mon Ise, make me rich! Crash the market, please! Sp500 deserves a 50% drop today!
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 18 hours ago
Iseheijiro 19 hours ago
Did you send your donation to Taiwan?

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew 18 hours ago
If SP500 crash 50% today, I will donate $5m to Taiwan....serve the rumor mongers for lying about China
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 19 hours ago
Iseheijiro 19 hours ago
Joe, did you send you donation to Taiwan Red Cross? Did your government offer any help? Japan already donated $100 million and raising rescue fund by cities. Flip it out! Moron!

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew 19 hours ago
Think we have to donate to Americans because the sp500 is crashing...hahaha! Serve them right for spreading lies about China.
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Bruce Symington upvoted you on Clinton’s Wall Street Hypocrisy 19 hours ago
Iseheijiro 3 days ago
Interesting. I watched Bill Clinton to Hillary Clinton. This couple is slick! I don't trust her at all. American women want woman president. Its not good reason to vote for this scam.
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 20 hours ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
True..

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew 20 hours ago
Makes a lot of sense by linking unit 731 to carrying the elders to the mountains.
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Pepinspawn upvoted you on Democratic Party Is Pushing Away Its Future 21 hours ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
Yep, its fact. My wife (69) told me the same thing a week ago. She probably got the information from her niece who is a high school teacher in Colorado.
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
Oh yeah? Singapore is Chinese territory too? Mine Mine Mine huh?

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew a day ago
Singapore is my territory.
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
You are too dumb to talk. Just too dumb!

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew a day ago
A great topic for your coming novel....
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Estrustar upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
Yep, everyone knows 731 is a Chinese fake as well as Nanjing BS. lol
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Ban My Shit upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
You are too dumb to talk. Just too dumb!
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ting280 upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
Oh yeah? Singapore is Chinese territory too? Mine Mine Mine huh?
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
You are loser. lol

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew a day ago
And you hijacked a creation by Singapore and 3 other countries.
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
Did you go to Harbin? I went there. One Taiwanese man said"Bull S." lol

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew a day ago
And his name is Lee Teng Hui.
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
Joe, you continue to bring 731 up. Your misfortune is that no body believes you.

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew a day ago
Everyone knows the unit 731, they just dunno why zika virus....
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
Chinese are in Tokyo, buying Japanese products like nuts. Thanks for spending your precious money. We buy weapons and use them against you Chan! lol

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew a day ago
We buy your houses and you carry your elders up to the mountains. Lol...
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Enervines upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
Joe, you continue to bring 731 up. Your misfortune is that no body believes you.
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Jesse is back upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro a day ago
Chinese are in Tokyo, buying Japanese products like nuts. Thanks for spending your precious money. We buy weapons and use them against you Chan! lol
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
Hay punk ponk pink..Go to school to learn something for god sake. You have no chance to make good bucks here.

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew a day ago
恭喜發財,身體健康! May the year of the Monkey make your wishes come true!
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Sinbad2 replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
"80% of China's corporations are under the bridge and unable to pay debt." Yes Yes Yes.

Sinbad2
Sinbad2 a day ago
And to whom do they owe that money?
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RIF replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
Joe, the less investment in China the more investment goes to South East Asian nation and India that is TPP. When we manage TPP well that will be a big progress. I want to hear your opinion.

RIF
RIF a day ago
TPP is useless, as ethnic Chinese dominate those South East Asian Nations
and China has a trade surplus with India... even as India has cheaper wages, and a younger work force
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
"The $28 trillion debt will easily swallow the $3.3 trillion foreign reserves like crocodiles which haven't eaten for 6 months" Joe, agree. I published two novels in Kindle. One of them is about Niger River of Mari republic. Climax is Crocodile swallow the Chicago gang. The other is child trafficking in India.

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew a day ago
Would be interesting to reveal the connections between Unit 731 and the zika virus. Another novel, perhaps?
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
Hay punk ponk pink..Go to school to learn something for god sake. You have no chance to make good bucks here.

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew a day ago
Learn something like what Unit 731 was doing in North East China? Like how they developed the zika virus?
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Joseph Siew replied to you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
Joe, the less investment in China the more investment goes to South East Asian nation and India that is TPP. When we manage TPP well that will be a big progress. I want to hear your opinion.

Joseph Siew
Joseph Siew a day ago
TPP is an exclusive club of 12. OBOR is an inclusive organization of at least 66 countries.
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BigoldBanker 1 other upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
NO NO NO..You are not justice. Moron.
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TrumpisNazi 1 other upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
What is your function? Answer me.
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AuthorPuff upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough a day ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
OK, Piss off..but you already are in the path of failed state. Can you stop that? You din't answer my question that was your functionality.
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Dump Trump upvoted you on When $3 Trillion Just Isn't Enough 2 days ago
Iseheijiro 2 days ago
Oh OK, you want to go back 86 years huh? Axis of evil? Where did you learn that word huh? MORON!
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