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Video: China’s Forced Organ Harvesting

Written by Gary North on July 9, 2016

Here is a story that deserves more attention. The estimate: 100,000 people a year “donate” their vital organs. Then they lose vitality, such as heartbeats. They don’t get paid. This is Communism. People do this for the sake of the cause, it says here. There is a book on this: Bloody Harvest. It was published […]

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China’s Richest Man Loses $32 Billion — $14B in One Hour

Posted on May 21, 2016

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By David Stockman A Chinese billionaire goes missing practically every day, as a recent Washington Post article explained: That’s what happened last year when China’s richest man — at least on paper — lost half of his wealth in less than half an hour. It turned out that his company Hanergy may well just be […]

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American Capital: China-Bound

Written by Gary North on June 20, 2015

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I return to a theme that apparently only I ever talk about: the economic meaning of the phrase, “international capital flows.” You may think I’m exaggerating. You may think that what I am about to write is widely understood. You would be wrong. Either I’m dead wrong about what I’m saying, or virtually the entire […]

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IOU’s: China Buys Treasury Debt

Written by Gary North on May 16, 2015

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China, meaning China’s central bank — the People’s Bank of China — started buying Treasury IOU’s again in March. It purchased $36 billion worth. It now holds over $1.2 trillion in Treasury IOU’s. China has now leaped ahead of Japan as the #1 foreign holder of U.S. government debt. Add Hong Kong to this: another […]

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China’s Economy Is Slowing

Written by Gary North on February 2, 2015

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Around the world, economies are slowing. This includes China. Keynesians are terrified of price deflation. The idea that consumers should benefit from falling prices is anathema to them. They are horrified at what is happening. They want central banks to inflate even more. The risk of global deflation looms large for 2015 as surveys of […]

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India’s Economy Is Slowing

Written by Gary North on February 2, 2015

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As always, the Keynesians want lower interest rates on short-term loans. Rates are lower than they have been since the 1930’s, but this is not low enough for Keynesians. They want more central bank inflation to force down rates. They think another fraction of a percentage point cut will get the world’s economy growing strongly […]

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