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Chinese trade sanctions? is there such a thing

anyway it will benefit Australia and they will buy more local
 

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Reality: Australian coal exports exports down 6%
Reality: Australian coal exports to China down 30%
Reality: Australian coal exports down to four year lows in major coal mining states
Some "journalist" citing an "expert": Chinas sanctions fail because Australia still made money
No "journalist" citing no "expert": India, Japan and Korea are now paying Australia 30% higher prices for less coal.

Congratulation to any shill that manages to force himself to act like hes falling for this with a straight face.
you aren't making any sense ..calm down, breath into a paper bag and show me on this doll where big bad Aussie hurt you.
 

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Sanctions works even against a rich and developed country like Norway.
Try replying directly to me next time.

And no, they don't. In general, developed nations are developed, because they have a robust and strong domestic financial situation. They're able to produce high quality goods for exports, that even if their largest trading partner stops buying, they can very easily find another that will buy from them, due to a good reputation.
 

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Try replying directly to me next time.

And no, they don't. In general, developed nations are developed, because they have a robust and strong domestic financial situation. They're able to produce high quality goods for exports, that even if their largest trading partner stops buying, they can very easily find another that will buy from them, due to a good reputation.
The one who is wrong is you. If Norway could easily do without the China market it would not have pulled out every trick to mend ties with China. Go search on google, plenty of news can be found.
 

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The one who is wrong is you. If Norway could easily do without the China market it would not have pulled out every trick to mend ties with China. Go search on google, plenty of news can be found.
There is a difference between not wanting to break ties and doubling your profits, and only making a bit of profit. Norway was rich before China's growth, Norway will continue to be rich even after a potential Chinese sanctioning regime. Besides, Norway is a member of the largest single trading union in the world, they'll be just fine.

In all our conversations you've shown a great lack of critical thinking. You clearly don't know how sanctions and economics even work.

Its no wonder that you tried to sneakily reply to me, without actually directly tagging me, or using the reply function.
 

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Replacing Australia iron ore can not be done in short time. China is looking for other iron ore suppliers. Which needs time. Be patient.
 

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Replacing Australia iron ore can not be done in short time. China is looking for other iron ore suppliers. Which needs time. Be patient.
Depends if Biden want China to buy more stuff so the Australian PM will saying bad things about China, China will react and USA iron ore will take over.
 

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There is a difference between not wanting to break ties and doubling your profits, and only making a bit of profit. Norway was rich before China's growth, Norway will continue to be rich even after a potential Chinese sanctioning regime. Besides, Norway is a member of the largest single trading union in the world, they'll be just fine.

In all our conversations you've shown a great lack of critical thinking. You clearly don't know how sanctions and economics even work.

Its no wonder that you tried to sneakily reply to me, without actually directly tagging me, or using the reply function.
I wasn't even replying to you so there is nothing sneaking about it. You are the one assuming i was, not my problem if you thought you were intelligent enough to make quick conclusions.

Norway can do fine without Chinese market, i never said Norway will turn into a poor country. Again this is you think are you smart so you jump to conclusions. All i said was even for a rich country as Norway needs to mend ties. For Norway it was only salmon export but Australian export depending on the China market isn't limited to one product, it affects many industries so for Australia the sanctions from China are painful. I understand you are not that intelligent based on the many replies i have seen coming from you. But don't put things into my mouth when i never said those to begin with. This is very sneaky and disgusting behavior that needs to be stopped.
 

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I wasn't even replying to you so there is nothing sneaking about it. You are the one assuming i was, not my problem if you thought you were intelligent enough to make quick conclusions.

Norway can do fine without Chinese market, i never said Norway will turn into a poor country. Again this is you think are you smart so you jump to conclusions. All i said was even for a rich country as Norway needs to mend ties. For Norway it was only salmon export but Australian export depending on the China market isn't limited to one product, it affects many industries so for Australia the sanctions from China are painful. I understand you are not that intelligent based on the many replies i have seen coming from you. But don't put things into my mouth when i never said those to begin with. This is very sneaky and disgusting behavior that needs to be stopped.
Bro, you literally wrote...

"If Norway could easily do without the China market it would not have pulled out every trick to mend ties with China."

You wrote what you wrote, don't blame me for your own dumbass mistakes.

Once again, Australia is doing just fine. Yes, they suffered some minor damage, ehich is expected, but in the end, their economy is doing just fine.

Sanctions only really work against nations that are poor and developing, because those are the nations that can't afford to have financial issues.

.Australia is a rich country, with deep ties to the US and EU. They're doing just fine, and there is zero indication that these sanctions by China are doing the sort of catastrophic damage to Australia's economy that Chinese members and you claim that they're doing.
 

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Bro, you literally wrote...

"If Norway could easily do without the China market it would not have pulled out every trick to mend ties with China."

You wrote what you wrote, don't blame me for your own dumbass mistakes.

Once again, Australia is doing just fine. Yes, they suffered some minor damage, ehich is expected, but in the end, their economy is doing just fine.

Sanctions only really work against nations that are poor and developing, because those are the nations that can't afford to have financial issues.

.Australia is a rich country, with deep ties to the US and EU. They're doing just fine, and there is zero indication that these sanctions by China are doing the sort of catastrophic damage to Australia's economy that Chinese members and you claim that they're doing.

you know a consistent pattern that has emerged from the experiences of Australia, Norway and South Korea is that during the period each drew Chinese ire. Exports to China increased,
so it’s in fact profitable to upset China. Of course one must suffer the token tariff on wine, salmon and in the case of South Korea it was cultural exports and tourism.
 
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you know a consistent pattern that has emerged from the experiences of Australia, Norway and South Korea is that during the period each drew Chinese ire. Exports to China increased,
so it’s in fact profitable to upset China. Of course one must suffer the token tariff on wine, salmon and in the case of South Korea it was cultural exports and tourism.
what a coincidence. this appears to be true for the US as well, seeing as how US-China trade is also hitting record heights.
 

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Bro, you literally wrote...

"If Norway could easily do without the China market it would not have pulled out every trick to mend ties with China."

You wrote what you wrote, don't blame me for your own dumbass mistakes.

Once again, Australia is doing just fine. Yes, they suffered some minor damage, ehich is expected, but in the end, their economy is doing just fine.

Sanctions only really work against nations that are poor and developing, because those are the nations that can't afford to have financial issues.

.Australia is a rich country, with deep ties to the US and EU. They're doing just fine, and there is zero indication that these sanctions by China are doing the sort of catastrophic damage to Australia's economy that Chinese members and you claim that they're doing.
Who is the real dumbass here? We shall see who needs to beg whom for improving ties. Norway was the one begging not China and Australia is also the one that is begging not China. And i have proven you are wrong with the South Korean company that also suffered consequences after losing the China market which is still hurting 6 years later. China is the biggest client on this planet everybody wants a piece of the pie only you are stupid enough not to realize it who needs who more.
 

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