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Discussion in 'World Affairs' started by qwerrty, May 24, 2012.
But China's massive investments in ASEAN countries in recent years have drawn criticism and resistance from some locals. Sceptics view these investments as a way for China to buy up resources and for it to extend its political dominance in the region.
It seems like a catch 22 situation for these locals. They want the money but unwilling to give give up anything.
Chinese unskilled workers come to Vietnam with tourist visa, but they work illegally on construction project site contracted by Chinese company and made troubles in Vietnam.
thick skin vietnam always ask us for money why dont they go ask their daddy usa
China is the 2nd largest economy in the world, but China's total investment in VN is very low. They don't even in top 10.
The country's biggest investment in VN today are US, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia ...
I don't know if your figure are right or not, if so I'm all for it . China should only invest her money on friendly and grateful nations otherwise it's a waste of money and efforts.
US is daddy of China from 1972. China is Today funded to US aggressor activities in Middles East with his amount of $$ reserves.
That s very good news we certainly dont want to invest in ungrateful nation like vietnam , dont beg us for investment tell your government dont come to china
silly fool if they own china money then china is the daddy gosh why am i talking to fool like you
Not so. The reason is China only wants to invest in areas such as natural resource extraction, minerals and reserves the right to buy it cheaply. Vietnamese people don't allow that.
That's why China has only focused on investment in Africa in order to extract natural resources there.
OH right then why your thick skin government coming to china beg for investment ?
You do not read the article?
He wanted to say that Vietnam will allow China's companies to invest in infrastructure, not in exploiting natural resources such as the Chinese want.
We should help Vietnam solve their problem.
Illegal immigration from Vietnam surges in S China
Son have to do it, to fund his papa, with out it your papa will punish you with sanction on importing products from you
The bilateral trade between China and Vietnam was 40 billion in last year, almost half of your entire GDP.
Don't tell me that your rice export does worth for 40 billion.
Trade and investment are different.
In the 40 billion USD bilateral trade with China, Vietnam only collected about 10 billion. So if war occurred between the two countries, we will not incur the deficit 30 billion USD every year.
Please note that the majority of Chinese goods exported to VN is the low quality goods. They are mainly imported into Vietnam because of corruption of officials.
If I'm not mistaken, China is also rice exporter, with the Japan market.