Tag: china

Why Is Afghanistan Sooo Interesting: It’s Not White Sand Beaches, But Its Nonfuel Minerals Is It Worth The Price To Explore ABSOLUTELY

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What’s the BIG freak-in deal with countries wanting any part of Afghanistan? Why did Russia invade such a desolate place and why would the United States partner with Afghanistan to push Russia out of that country.  The answer my friends is NOT Afghanistan’s pristine beaches or Michelin Star Restaurants, it’s natural resources. In fact, Afghanistan […]

BEAUTY OR THE BEAST: WESTERN COMPANIES VS THE EAST (Fight For Market Share)

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There is nothing flawed about international trade in principal. Lets look at the second largest economy in the world, China https://www.worldbank.org/en/country/china/overviewand its trading partners in the West. China began initiating market reforms in 1978, which included moving from a centrally planned market to a market based economy. As a result of its efforts China has seen […]

Why Some Nation States Turn A Blind Eye to Corruption in Exchange for Natural Resources: Self Interests

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China and the U.S. are among some of the countries vying to secure a stake in Africa’s natural resources, but each of those States are employing very different methods to achieve its goal. China has a See No Evil Still See No Evil Policy regarding corruption in African States and conditions its aid assistance on a quid pro quo basis. In exchange for favorable terms regarding Aid, Greenfield Investments and trade deals coupled with the sale/extraction of natural resources, China gives African State unrestricted monies to use or do with it as it sees fit.