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21/5/2015 CHINESE MONEY INFLATING REAL ESTATE PRICES IN AUSTRALIA
Paul Sheehan.The Evergrande Real Estate Group in China recently received a $20
billion bailout (US$16.2 billion) from a group of state-controlled
banks which extended it a line of credit to protect the company from
That's $20 billion, not million.
The chairman of Evergrande is Xu Jiayin, also known as Hui Ka Yan,
regarded as the biggest home-builder in China, has a troubled
Last November, Xu paid $39 million for Point Piper mansion Villa del
Mare, a transaction made via a series of shelf companies to avoid the
foreign ownership laws.
The federal government examined the high-profile purchase, found it
contravened the law on foreigners buying residential property, and
ordered the Sydney mansion sold within 90 days.
It only took 60 days to find another Chinese buyer willing to pay $40
million for the property. It sold last week to a Sydney resident with
extensive business links in China......
Public security officials cracked down on dozens of meat factories in China that use pork from pigs that died from disease. Police raided over 30 illegal meat factories, and arrested over 110 suspects, including government food regulators and insurance company staff, the Chinese regime’s Ministry of Public Security reported on Jan. 11.
Police discovered over 1000 tons of the tainted pork, and 48 tons of waste oil products made from leftover tainted pork, reaching value of over 100 million yuan ($16 million), the report says....
Chinese food scandals have made media headlines for years now. From deadly melamine in milk products to harmful honey, China has long allowed toxic food products (and other dangerous exports) to leave its borders. Most American media and the U.S. government have not made enough effort to inform the public that food from China may be dangerous and is rarely inspected by the Food and Drug administration. FDA inspectors examine a mere 2.3 percent of all food imports. Thus, it is left up to consumers to safeguard their own health by making smart choices about what to put on the table.
Here are the top 5 products imported from China that you should watch out for......
(NaturalNews) Do you really know what’s in all the food you’re eating that’s imported from China? If you don’t, you’re actually in good company: The FDA only inspects 1% – 2% of all the food imported from China, so they don’t know either. Even when they inspect a shipment, they rarely test it for heavy metals, pesticides, PCBs or other toxic contaminants.....
"Sprinkling" is a process of mixing authentic electronic parts with fake ones in
hopes that the counterfeits will not be detected when companies test
the components for multimillion-dollar missile systems, helicopters
and aircraft. It was just one of the brazen steps described at
a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing examining the national
security and economic implications of fake electronics parts
- mostly from China - inundating the Pentagon's supply chain.
The committee found about 1800 cases of
suspect counterfeit electronics, involving more than 1 million parts, being sold to the Pentagon. It costs the US $US7.5 billion a year in
lost revenue and about 11,000 US jobs.
11/5/2011 CHINA'S AIM IS TO CONTROL THE WORLD'S TRADE
China is aggressively pursuing the control of world trade, becoming
more and more transparent in its effort to steamroll anything that
threatens its ambitions.
The race for control is already well on its way. At this time, China
already controls almost all of the world’s trade of rare earth metals.
“China controls about 95 percent of the global trade for the 17
minerals that collectively make up the rare earth metals market,”
according to a 2011 article on the Fellowship of the Minds website.
It is not that China acquired the world’s rare earth metal mines, as
they are on Chinese land, but it makes every effort to acquire mines
in other countries.
MORE COMMUNIST CHINESE BLACKMAIL - RESTRICTING SUPPLY OF RARE EARTHS
China has announced a reduction in its export quota for rare earth minerals, further shrinking global supplies of metals used in a wide range of high-tech products.
The Chinese commerce ministry said on Tuesday it will cut down export of the minerals by more than 11 per cent in the first half of next year.
Beijing says its curbs are for environmental reasons and to guarantee supplies to domestic industrial consumers.
In a short statement on its website, the commerce ministry said it had added more producer companies to the quota list, but had cut volumes allocated to trading companies.
The new numbers say China is allocating 13,105 tonnes of rare earths among 31 companies, down from 14,790 tonnes allocated among 22 companies in the first batch of quotas this year.
China, which produces about 97 per cent of the world's supply of rare earth elements, slashed its quota by 40 per cent in 2010.
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CHINA PUTS IMPORT TARIFFS ON AUSTRALIAN LOBSTERS - BLACKMAIL TO FORCE FREE TRADE TREATY
Australian Lobster exporters now have to pay steep tariffs if they want to sell to China.
Watch this exclusive Aljazeera report on Youtube
23/11/2010 700 TIMES THE SAFE LEVEL OF LEAD - MORE POISONOUS CHINESE PRODUCTS EXPOSED
Popular cartoon drinking glasses used by children have been found to
exceed recommended health limits of lead by up to 1,000 times. The drinking sets are made in Communist China [as usual] .....