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China & Japan: History of tensions - BBC News

Jul 26
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They are Asia’s two economic giants yet the historical record of Japan and China continues to cause tensions. The BBC World News reporter Mariko Oi and …
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Why China Hates Japan

Jul 26
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Share on Facebook: http://testu.be/1x2JQIw China and Japan have a long history of rivalry and conflict, marred by war and atrocities. Today, both nations’ …  
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How Powerful Is China?

May 01
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It’s predicted that China’s economy will be the largest in the world by the end of the year. On top of that, heavy defense investment could soon help them have the strongest military in the world. Is China swiftly becoming the world’s biggest superpower? Not exactly, and here’
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China Calls For the End of US Dollar as World's Reserve Currency www.SuccessCouncil.com

Apr 25
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http://www.successcouncil.com/sc/great_wealth_transfer.php?a_aid=5106e35d53c7e China calls for the De-Americanization of the Economy, reacting strongly to America’s threatened default. China no longer wants the US to be the world’s reserve currency – and who can blame them? Fair Us
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China ending US Dollar early September

Apr 25
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China may be ending dollar’s hold on reserve currency as early as September . On March 9, sources within China provided new information that validates that the Far Eastern economy is now ready to compete with, or even supplant, the dollar as the sole global reserve currency as early as Septemb
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LATEST**RUSSIA "DITCHES" U.S.PETRODOLLAR. CHINA QUITS USD Reserve Currency next?

Apr 25
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DE-DOLLARIZATION! RUSSIA “PULLS OUT” of the PETRODOLLAR. Will CHINA also make a move against the USD? For the first time in almost 2 decades, energy-exporting countries would pull their “petrodollars” out of world markets in 2015. Because the U.S. was largest producer and con