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Where does China get the money to buy US debt?

There is so much talk about China buying American debt, there’s little info on how the Chinese can actually afford to buy up this debt. Where is there money coming from? Aside from cheap labor, what are they selling that’s giving them this leverage. They are not leaders in technology, medicine, innovation, stuff that generates money.

China earns very little money from exploited labour by capitalists from america, japan, korea, taiwan, and hong kong. they are not leaders in technology, but do have significant satelite, steel, industry. they also make other technological stuff such as broadband, internet communications. of course, you would not know this because you live in an oppressed capitalist society where your media is censored.

  1. ? Jan 5th, 2013 @ 12:38 | #1

    Made in China.
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  2. Badass Housecat Jan 5th, 2013 @ 13:27 | #2

    where the hell do you think? They make every little useless crap out there…literally they make EVERYTHING. The chair you sit in, your phone. All assembled in China
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  3. Jigi Jan 5th, 2013 @ 14:11 | #3

    Almost everything you buy and everything you use every day is made in China.

    The answer is: From americans who would rather do business with real communists than Americans That means you and almost every other American citizen.
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  4. tai-il chung Jan 5th, 2013 @ 15:00 | #4

    China earns very little money from exploited labour by capitalists from america, japan, korea, taiwan, and hong kong. they are not leaders in technology, but do have significant satelite, steel, industry. they also make other technological stuff such as broadband, internet communications. of course, you would not know this because you live in an oppressed capitalist society where your media is censored.
    References :

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