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China has threatened trade with some countries after feuds. They're calling 'the firm' for help

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The Five Eyes should have a multi-billion dollar research team just tracking what China does.

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Some arrogant countries think they can do hostile things to China and still demand unfettered access to its enormous market.

They think there should be no consequences for their rude actions.

Not many countries respect China. Fear? Maybe. Respect? No. Long live the country of Taiwan.

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when a Norwegian committee in 2010 awarded the Nobel Peace Prize to a Chinese dissident, Beijing stopped buying salmon from the Nordic country

China is so contemptibly petty. It overtly tries to use its power to reduce us all to the school-yard. Imagine the dystopia that has China in charge.

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The Chinese Embassy in Washington took issue with the notion that Beijing is using economic pressure on other countries, calling it “completely unfounded.” The United States, it said, was the one bullying China economically by abusing export controls, treating Chinese companies unfairly and labeling Beijing as a perpetrator of economic coercion.

Now don't sneeze or else that is an import ban.

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Another threat!! Whats new?

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Well I hope they can find alternate markets for Japan's seafood products

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The us does the same thing too though. And it controls the USD (global reserve currency). Honestly, the initiative should be led by a country that has never done this...Switzerland maybe?

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Some arrogant countries think they can do hostile things to China and still demand unfettered access to its enormous market.

They think there should be no consequences for their rude actions.

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