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Do you think China will eventually bar US citizens from entering China?

LionKing_Simba 06/29/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. With the ongoing tensions between the US and China, do you think China will eventually bar US citizens from entering China?

Oh no, they don’t need to.

They are winning the war hands-down. The idiocy of the Trump administration and raising tariffs, as meant Americans pay more for Chinese goods… Which reduces the amount of imports temporarily, but eventually leads to increased profit for the Chinese. They like that. The reason being is that even at 15% increase in cost, America cannot match China product price… We would need to increase the levee to 50% I think before American manufacturing could start up again. And that’s not going to happen.

if anything the Trump administration‘s propaganda against China is helping China? because they have focused their efforts on two things: one, internalizing their economy to increase their economic consumption to 60% now to 70% of GDP, and number two, the One road project which has expanded massively throughout all of southeast Asia and Asia, traveling all the way to the Middle East and eastern Europe, which when Trump left the TPP, gave the Chinese free road into creating economic treaties with 30 nations. My contention has always been this was the grossest incompetent measure that he’s done, including his gross incompetence around COVID-19, killing 125,000 Americans, and his traitorous action of not addressing Russians paying Taliban to murder Americans. Essentially he gave up American hegemony, and China will now dominate the world economies in 20 years or less.

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GUEST_RykWAGPK9 · 06/29/2020
There's more Chinese who desperately wants to come in America, than Americans who want to go into China. Americans don't care coming into China, but Chinese they care alot of coming to America.

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