Cutting China’s Financial Lifeline

As in the 60s and 70s, the West has been financing the rise of its worst enemy.  What are the implications?  What needs to be done?  And what will this mean for Western investors and fund managers as well as for the Chinese economy?  We’ll show you.

In 1982, the Soviet Union controlled an empire stretching from Havana to Hanoi, but their hard currency revenue totaled only about $32 billion a year; that was roughly one-third the annual revenue of General Motors, at the time.  More importantly, they were spen.....

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