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Posted in: China aims to boost ties with Japan amid spat with U.S. See in context

@bass4funk

I vehemently disagree

I mean all US IS doing is breaking ties and Allies for last 3 years.

One is moving inwards being unreasonable.

Other is venturing out being productive and reasonable.

Whats the long game here anyway?

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Posted in: China aims to boost ties with Japan amid spat with U.S. See in context

Better to side with a rising power in the neighborhood which has similar roots to you.

Than a falling Regime which is in tantrumps and has shown a distinctive reason for distrust and unreliability

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Posted in: Japan urges Taiwan's participation in WHO assembly See in context

In the meantime, Kato said Japan has decided to contribute around $270 million in total to international bodies

Now China pledged $2 billion to WHOs $6 billion budget.

America withdrew its funding, Japan's funding is atmost $270 million.

Where do you think WHOs bias be?

Put some weight on your suggestions to be taken seriously.

Money where your mouth is.

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Posted in: China’s Huawei debuts latest version of folding phone See in context

I would buy one just to despise Trump

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Posted in: Japan's yen may lose status as safe-haven asset amid virus spread See in context

Japans economy and Japanese yens valuation has been widely known in finance industry to cliff off after Olympics anyway.

Ageing population

Dept to GDP ratio being at 250%

Wth trillions in dept

Car and electronics exports already being taken over by China and Korea

Missing on all the innovations in IT for last 3 decades

Unsustainable and almost close to zero interest rates

Its long time due

Corona virus and loss in tourism may be the straw that breaks the camels back

Meanwhile USD and Euro and their respective economics are facing their own unique challenges.

Not long before governments will give up the concept of having foreign currency as reserve currency and adopt to gold or cryptocurrency instead.

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