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Estimate of regional banking asset/forex reserves! [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-6-4 13:03:05 |Display all floors
Looks like the region seem solid financially!
A search on the internet yields the following results.

China> Banking Assets = Rmb 93 trillion (US$14.3 trillion), Forex Reserves = US$3.05 trillion (No. 1 in the world)
Malayan Federation> Banking Assets = M$1,500 billion (US$500 billion), Forex Reserves = US$120 billion
Singapore> Banking Assets = S$960 billion (US$800 billion), Forex Reserves = US$230 billion
Hong Kong> Banking Assets = HK$10 trillion (US$1.3 trillion), Forex Reserves = US$270 billion
Taiwan> Banking Asset = NT$ 28 trillion (US$970 billion), Forex Reserves = US$400 billion (No.4 in the world)
Thailand> Banking Asset = BHT 9 trillion (US$300 billion), Forex Reserves = US$180 billion

Japan> Banking Assets = Yen560 trillion (US$ 7 trillion), Forex Reserves = US$ 1.1 trillion (No. 2 in the world)
South Korea> Banking Asset = Won1000 trillion (US$1,000 billion), Forex Reserves = US$305 billion.

This time round, Thailand seems to be on stronger footing. However it's banking system is approximately 44% owned by non Thai entities! This is the effect of the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis - and ex Premier Thaksin effort to reduce trade defisit by using more domestic Thailand produced fuel, products.

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Post time 2011-6-5 20:47:00 |Display all floors
The amount has increased due to trillions dollars printed for the past 5 years, which pushed up prices of commodities and many products exported by these countries to earn foreign exchange. It is meaningless to own US dollars going to toilet paper in the future.

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Post time 2011-6-6 13:55:51 |Display all floors

Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan

.........used the BRITISH COLONIAL idea of CURRENCY BOARD to protect value of it's currencies!

Korea, Thailand now use LOW BANK ASSET, high forex reserves - now 1 in 2 ratio for protection!
China and Malaya use FOREX CONTROL laws and can now do 1 in 4 ratio!

Only Japan has a 1 in 7 ratio.
Surprisingly it's Japan is the MOST VULNERABLE!

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Post time 2011-6-9 11:35:25 |Display all floors

Seems like a different kind of attack is envisaged!

Initially, it seemed to be MORE ENERGY squeeze, creating spike in Inflation - and forcing China to revalue it's currency -and fast track doubling of per capita GNP by 2015!

However, for fear of INLAND CENTRAL PROVINCE being unable to cope with the "early competitive out pricing" - code "water melon burst via excessive growth hormones" - it seems that global powers now have taken up on another option! Afterall it's been 3 years of "snail pace" economic activity in the European Union, British club (except booming Australia - which today has a US$55,000 per capita gnp), USA and slightly less robust Asian Trade Route States!

High energy, high commodity and high food prices is mentioned as the cause!

2012 rock and roll, here again!
Strap in, stay cool, and enjoy the ride!

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Post time 2011-6-10 15:07:01 |Display all floors

The attack of 2012, where would it come from

..........as China and the 7 dwarf states tries to cover all aspects.

Inflationary spike, commodity price bubble burst, capital flight, currency value attack.

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Post time 2011-6-13 11:22:06 |Display all floors

The countdown to 2012 gets exciting.

What would the "wolfs" comes up with the next round.

Asian states waits in anticipation!
It appears a ROUNDUP of underworld internet activist was just conducted in China and the Asian Trade Route States.
This appeared on the Malayan state TV station.

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