November 30, 2012

Is China Trying to Implode Japan's Economy?

Peter Lee, Asia Times

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Is the People's Republic of China (PRC) trying to implode the Japanese economy? It is starting to look that way. The PRC has counterprogramed the US pivot to Asia - and US advantages in military and softpower - by leveraging its economic strengths.

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