Discussion in 'Asia' started by tigerbob, Jul 1, 2012.
Get ready for a hard landing
Yes, the Chines and Indians have reduced gas and other energy orders, which is one reason gas in the USA is down $3.03 in Neosho, missouri
Man power is more in China and India so we can say that they are growing country.
Maybe it's time for them to call in that loan ?
Their largest customer's economy is on the fritz, so it stands to reason that CHINA Inc. economy will likewise suffer.
As to them "calling in the loans"?
That isn't the nature of the debt instruments they have.
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