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Should India allow China to invest in our nation? Like building bridges, roads and infrastructure, specially in North East India?

Tags: north, sports, china
Asked by Chang Ghai, 26 Feb 12:01 am
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Yes
Answered by anil garg, 01 Mar 01:03 am

 
  
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Why not we need to bring strong ties with neibours without loosing our identity
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 26 Feb 03:34 pm

 
  
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No harm in profitable business with any one
Answered by babu rao, 26 Feb 11:52 am

 
  
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Its already happened - they are in control of all the money - all other countries around the world are 'bankrupt' asking/begging for loans from China to keep themselves going. The US has borrowed 'trillions' the UK has borrowed 'billions' so theres the proof that China already owns the world financially.",

While all the world was concentrating on there 'outlandish spending power' on all and everything claiming the 'good times' are here forever - China had the foresight to rein in and control their 'spending - labour force wages' as they saw what was going to happen - the West surely has to give them credit for that - the entire western world was 'floating on a huge bubble' and the then 'bubble burst' and then they had nowhere to go - except 'cap in hand' too China and ask for loans 'their' bailout money. No matter what reasons are given by our governments it was their 'no control' of the money markets/banks - and outrageous spending without a thought to the future consequences that ...more
Answered by Mickey, 26 Feb 12:07 am

 
  
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