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Cadence Column: Asia, August 6, 2018


Cadence

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Apple sales are up in China, which creates a problem on two fronts. First, the doomsayers were wrong about tariffs crashing economies. If the tariffs aren’t making a difference according to the globalist economists, then why did they object? They’re the “experts”, after all. Shouldn’t they have foreseen that tariffs wouldn’t matter? The second problematic front is that an American company’s success seems to be a problem for the Chinese.

Apple doesn’t filter and censor content from personal users, but Chinese state-media outlets seem to think it should. Even though Apple proved that China is good for business, someone had to find fault. Good news just won’t do these days.

So, now it’s Apple vs China rather than Apple in China. It seems Apple was also duped by the globalist economists into vesting one fifth of its sales in a relationship that wasn’t going to last. Watch. This looks like a preemptive step to take action against Apple, who would do well to start pulling out of China before its assets get appropriated for the benefit of the Chinese people.

The swelling trade war between the US and China isn’t going away. Dating back to the Opium Wars, the West will push and push as long as most of the money flows downhill into China. While China compares tariffs, Trump balances cash flow.

More importantly, China could be entering another “danger zone” of its own. Painting Trump as an enemy in China’s own newspapers could inspire dissidents within China that they have support from the US. The best response for China’s own stability would be to report that Trump’s tariffs were intended to help China’s economy more than the US. That would be more likely to promote unity among the Chinese people. But, the state didn’t think of that before press time and the newspapers can’t be recalled, even when owned by the state.

China is, indeed calm, just as it claims. There should be no question that China believes the flow of money into China is fair. Chinese don’t want to be unfair, after all. China should only have favorable trade because China deserves it. Beigjing isn’t out to hurt anyone, unless they are denied the extra favor that the world owes to China. So, don’t let the Western press convince you that China is more of a monster than it actually is. We can all be monsters at times.

Apple sales jump 19 percent in China despite Trump’s trade conflict | WA Examiner

Apple Comes Under Media Fire in China | WSJ

China accuses Apple of failing to counter pornography, gambling and counterfeit goods | 9to5 Mac

North Korean scientists attempting to CLONE humans for Kim’s super army | Daily Star

Christopher Robin banned in China due to Winnie the Pooh memes criticizing country’s leader | Yahoo – CoS

The Dangerous Myth The U.S. Is Winning The Trade War With China | Forbes

China’s June exports seen solid as trade war with U.S. heats up: Reuters poll | Yahoo – Reuters

China won’t accept U.S. trade ‘blackmail’: state media | Yahoo – Reuters

Chinese media: We’re ‘restrained’ despite America’s ‘self-promoting hullabaloo’ | CNBC

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