China is a communist dictatorship. They don't need to disseminate information because their population, in the eyes of those in power, are sub-human.
@dj evolve fan club, my best friend is from China, and I’m from the US. And trust me, the Chinese think the same thing about us. It’s bias that both our countries want it’s citizens to believe, except only the dumbass sheep believe it. Think for yourself, maybe travel and talk to people from China and get their opinion instead of jumping to conclusion
@JC839, stating that they are communist is not bias, it's fact.
@JC839, I'm happy getting my bias from box hill in eastern Melbourne. It's as close as I can get on my budget ;)
@dj evolve fan club, calling the government seeing them as subhuman is extremely biased
@JC839, Well considering just a few months ago the people of Hong Kong were fighting for their rights I'd say it's a little true that China's a dictatorship
@JC839, whether I am rep or dam doesn't matter. So there is no bias. If you know anything about the history of autocratic governments you know that as people rely on government more and more they realize government is strangling and usurping them
@JC839, though I agree it's biased. There is a difference between the people of China and their government. Unlike in America where you could correlate between the ideas of the people charge people that put them there. China is not a democracy. Going to places with in China would very little to help you to understand its governance. Because the people of China has no say. The Chinese dictator gave him self an unlimited term. The people can't have anything to say about this or they may hurt with their social credit score.
@JC839, youre dumb as sh!t dude. Honest chinas government needs to be fought against the sh!t they get away with doing to their own people is horrific.
@dj evolve fan club, the Chinese elite see themselves as gods. Their population is *only* human
@devalation, well put. I guess sometimes I can't help from being a touch inflammatory
@JC839, Even people from China hate the Chinese government.
And then it broke again and again because they lied about more shlt than we expected
China's government covering up a news story that would make them look bad? Who could have seen this coming?
still china’s fault
Overall, the deception among commerce goes back generations but a true jumping off point should have been when Chinese steel began to dominate the market in '93, but in '01-'02 they dumped the price of steel below cost and buyers bought. This precluded the European steel union to stage protests as many markets (Russia, Japan, US) decreased their workforce by 35% to barely sustain steel production. We outsourced one of our best commodities for cheaper prices (& an inferior product to boot).
We let this happen and did little or nothing about it until it was late in the game. Sound familiar?
@Che D Lay sir, I guarantee a number of Trumps construction projects utilized Chinese steel then, but as any project mgr will seek materials at its lowest cost, we essentially gave them the hard cash for lower prices which they then subsidized other industries (Australian coal & Brazilian iron ore) to support their glut of product.
This is a firm example of how distrustful everyone has become but we couldn't see it through all the money we thought we were saving on our own domestic product.
Oh no. I'm.,...so.....shocked....