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Post time 2011-4-26 09:06:38 |Display all floors

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Chinese government drew taxpayers' money on paying the bad loans in the Four largest Chinese banks.

RMB 0.27 trillion in 1998
RMB 1.4 trillion in 1999
$45 billion in 2003
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After we calculated the 3 times between 1998 and 2003, It reached RMB 2 trillion.

RMB 2 trillion/1.3 billion Chinese = RMB1,540

That is to say, on average, every Chinese paid 1,540, or the total RMB 2 trillion, for the bad loans in the Four largest Chinese Banks between 1998 and 2003.

How much would Chinese pay the bad loans in Chinese banks of the future?

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How much have Chinese banks paid the dividend to Chinese government (not taxes) during the past decade?
Zero.....Right?


If 10 years ago, you bought a stock in the stock market, it brought you a loss of RMB 2 trillion and created zero dividend back to you, What would you think of this your investment?

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Post time 2011-4-26 09:36:48 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2011-4-26 09:11
I will help your sick, unhealthy, broken English - but not for free. And in the process I will help you post fewer items here and save your sanity.
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hahahaa....
.Seneca, Did you examine the indian English? Is it a sick, unhealthy, broken English?
Did ou examine the American English? Is it a sick, unhealthy, broken English?
Did you examine Japanese English ??
Did you examine French English??

Have seneca learned a little attacking from ne-tigress? It would be better to prove the opinions wrong with evidence, .....
hahaaahaa.

Thanks anyway...
Is it right now?
Which country(ies) would help China if Chinese property boom collapsed?

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