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China can be the world's creative catalyst for global economic growth and prosperity, as she has displayed as the saving economic engine during the last global meltdown.

As with Africa in its own right, Latin America has explosive potential to emerge as the southern hemisphere's new answer to 21st century growth. What its countries need is a unified global marketing channel to proclaim what they can supply. Emarketplaces like China's Alibaba are a ready and established conduit to instantly provide that marketing platform to seasoned buyers all over the world, and countries like the Philippines can be roped in to provide supplementary call-center services as a feature of those e-marketplaces that will provide english-medium customer services to Latin American manufacturers.

Even Argentinian beef can gain more market-share compared with Australia's beef products which are hampered by blue-tongue cow issues. As for the distance, China's new blue water maritime fleet of shippers are also ready to render quick fuss-free and dependable services at reasonable rates, furthermore protected by China's navy.

This post for Venezuela.

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I'm missing the good old handshake...

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markwu Post time: 2017-8-12 11:20
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I appreciate your input. You are right.....!
Latin America is HUGE for China.

And, Panama is positioned just right to handle logistics and delivery of goods that come out China.

Any interested parties?

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emanreus Post time: 2017-8-12 18:44
I'm missing the good old handshake...

well,,,,, let's just pretend this is a virtual handshake!

Thanks for your reply!

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markwu Post time: 2017-8-12 11:20
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The so called "Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission" (MTAC) will be dissolved by the end of August this year, Taiwanese media reported, citing an official from the Taiwan Executive Yuan this week.

Despite MTAC's arrogant claims of PRC's sovereignty over Tibet, Taiwan nationality laws did not allow Tibetan refugees to obtain citizenship through legal channels, thus contradicting their claims. The information presented in the most recent reports indicate that Tibetan refugees living in Taiwan have been left untreated and un-cared for

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This post was edited by markwu at 2017-8-17 21:44

The chen sui-bian balloon has finally burst. Didn't he on September 6, 2007 - ten years ago - declare that his administration would support the refugees' "struggle"?

Their excuse this time is to 'streamline' the 'government' by phasing out the functions of the commission which apparently is to be absorbed next year into an expanded department of Hong Kong, Macau, Mongolia and Tibet affairs under a 'Mainland Affairs' council for 'policy dealings with Beijing'.   

One asks why are these places even included when it has no sovereignty itself? How can the island rationalize its gall to administer those places when it has no jurisdiction over itself let alone those places except by a constitution which the US and others cannot possibly recognize independent of the One-China policy they profess each time?  

Even Ma ying-jeou had realized this when he called for the closure of the commission which was only not carried out because they were still wrangling whether Tibet and Mongolia should be considered foreign or Mainland areas.

It seems those who were just footnotes had wanted to be main texts. Time has finally exposed them and made them fall impaled on their personal agendas.

Meanwhile even the pomish EIU has reported that last year alone, Tibet's real GDP expanded by 11.5% which was the highest in all of China. In the first quarter of this year, its people disposable incomes had grown by 14% year-on-year.  Because the urban income segment was higher than in the more remote rural areas, Beijing has plans to raise the urbanization rate to 30% by 2020; Lhasa currently accounts for about 38% of the province's GDP.

In March this year, Hilton Hotels (US) opened its second luxury investment in Milin county's Nyingchi. Even KFC opened a branch in Lhasa last year and a RMB1 Billion fund was set up by Beijing to support local industrial development in tandem with other developments such as the expansion of Bank of Tibet, upgrading of the copper mine in the Gyama Valley, and Beijing's State Council plan to include Tibet in its RMB600 Billion rural electrical power grid construction. Tourist arrivals had also increased by about 15% last year earning RMB33 Billion in revenue and soared to 27% in the first quarter this year earning RMB893 million in revenue for that quarter.

Central government has poured billions to improve the connectivity. The Qinghai-Tibet railway, a world engineering feat in itself, is being extended a second time; a second line from Chengdu to Lhasa is being planned for construction by 2020. Some RMB160 Billion for railway tracks and another RMB240 Billion for roads have been earmarked for infrastructure.


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Interesting.....!   
I don't know about the CHINA - TIBET  relationship.  

Thanks for the education....!

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