This one is for Detroit and all those who lost their Childrens homes to Communist EW.

This one is for Detroit and all those who lost their Childrens homes to Communist EW.
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Saturday, November 6, 2010

The Chinese wish to keep their high reserves and not address them at the very institutions that were created to Check Communist Economic Warfare.

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"China has curtly dismissed a US proposal to address global economic imbalances, setting the stage for a potential showdown at next week’s G20 meeting in Seoul.
Cui Tiankai, a deputy foreign minister and one of China’s lead negotiators at the G20, said on Friday that the US plan for limiting current account surpluses and deficits to 4 per cent of gross domestic product harked back “to the days of planned economies”.
China’s opposition to the proposal, which had made some progress at a G20 finance ministers’ meeting last month, came amid a continuing rumble of protest from around the world at the US Federal Reserve’s plan to pump an extra $600bn into financial markets.
Officials from China, Germany and South Africa on Friday added their voices to a chorus of complaint that the Fed’s return to so-called quantitative easing would create instability and worsen imbalances by triggering surges of capital into other currencies."

[This is exaclty what the Communist and neo-mercantalist are doing by lending loans and also finding them loans so why can't the US do the same thing.]

"Tim Geithner, the US Treasury secretary, has proposed using what the US refers to as current account “guidelines” to accelerate global rebalancing, partly as a way of changing the debate away from simply pressing China to allow faster appreciation in the renminbi.
But on Thursday and Friday, governments focused instead on the global impact of the Fed’s action. “With all due respect, US policy is clueless,” Wolfgang Schäuble, German finance minister, told reporters. “It’s not that the Americans haven’t pumped enough liquidity into the market,” he said. “Now to say let’s pump more into the market is not going to solve their problems.”

[No you are right wolfy, what is going to solve our problems is dealing with countries of neo-mercanatlism unfair pumping of their capital into developing countries to create more jobs and market shares for them. While they unfairly keep the free markets and the US down and out so they can't obtain a substantial growth rate which is inherantly dependant on the US's exports to developing countries.]

"Pravin Gordhan, finance minister of South Africa, a key member of the emerging market bloc, said the decision “undermines the spirit of multilateral co-operation that G20 leaders have fought so hard to maintain during the current crisis”, and ran counter to the pledge made by G20 finance ministers to refrain from uncoordinated responses."

[That is funny because, the reality is that the countries that are holding the world's economic imabalnces at gun point are those with nigh reserves and will not use their reserves to a proper level to create domestic welfare for their ouwn citizens yet expand without allowing the free markets to play fair and expand for their growth rate needs. As Currently the US and other free markets growth rates needs have been so sick and riduclouse at a 2% rate that the US can't sustain its own country unless it starts trading more like the Neo-mercantalist countries do.]

"The US Treasury declined to comment on Friday.
Experts say the mood has soured since the G20 Toronto summit in June and worry that unless the summit can patch up differences on trade imbalances and exchange rates, the outlook for international economic agreement is poor.
Ousmène Mandeng of Ashmore Investment Management and a former senior International Monetary Fund official, said: “The G20 will also have to show [in Seoul] it can work on the issue or its very existence will be in question.”

[See now that is real. As there is one side the Free markets, who are deficit spending just to allow the neo-mercantalist to keep producing. Yet then when the Neo-mercantalsit like China get into a range where they should be deficit spending to allow other countires to produce and compete for their economic security and national soverignty they wish to keep their high reserves and not spread the wealth out via fair competition]

In recent weeks, there had been some hints that China was favourable to the idea of current account targets. Yi Gang, a deputy central bank governor, said China aimed to reduce its surplus to 4 per cent of GDP in the medium-term
But Mr Cui’s comments suggest that China’s senior leaders have decided to reject Mr Geithner’s proposal. “We believe it would not be a good approach to single out this issue and focus all attention on it,” he said.
Separately, the deputy foreign minister also had a stern message for European leaders, warning them not to attend next month’s Nobel Peace Prize ceremony for Liu Xiaobo, an imprisoned Chinese democracy activist. "

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