Monday, October 14, 2013

Starting to unravel...

Of course they are angry about the current Congressional imbroglio.  Its a partial turning off of the only spigot that is holding the Peoples Republic of China together.

The keys to the Middle Kingdom are held in Washington D.C.

BEIJING—China's exports unexpectedly shrank in September, in a sign of
weakening global demand for its products and a potential headwind for
the world's No. 2 economy.

Exports fell 0.3% in September compared with the year-ago period, data
from the General Administration of Customs showed o  This
was sharply down from August's 7.2% growth and far below economists'
median forecast of a 5.5% expansion.

Imports rose 7.4% on year, slightly up from the 7% rise in August and
beating economists' median forecast of a 6.75% increase. China's trade
surplus narrowed in September to $15.2 billion from $28.52 billion in

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