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China's January trade surplus a record high as exports slump

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"Creating jobs in the world’s largest country by population is a political priority for the ruling Communist Party, which depends largely on economic growth as a source of domestic support. "

The Communist Party doesn't need domestic support, as all other political parties are banned.

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If they stop manipulating their currency to keep it artificially low that will slow their economy, time they played the game fairly.

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If they stop manipulating their currency to keep it artificially low that will slow their economy, time they played the game fairly.

The irony

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Oh boy.......is the world slowly weaning off cheap Chinese goods?

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Maybe people have finally figured it out. Buying cheaper is not always better, especially if you have to replace it after a couple of month, and if it's clothes after a couple runs through the wash. I pay more for my goods, but they last! Everything manufactured in China has an expire date. JUNK!!

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