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Barry Liu
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re: China allowed to invest in Taiwan
Barry Liu   3/5/2011 10:48:15 PM
No, that is just a red herring. China had squeezed another 14.6 billions of dollars out of Taiwan 2010. Taiwan hard earned trade surplus in terms of foreign reserves had been depleted rapidly since the economic development agreement,ECFA, was signed in 2009. The blood sucking would not stopped until long after Taiwan dies pennyless. A tiny blood transfusion won't do much good to a terminally illed patient.

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re: China allowed to invest in Taiwan
goafrit   3/3/2011 2:58:31 PM
China just got a new place to expand and tap core talents. It is their century - that is simply obvious.

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