Thursday, July 19, 2012
Food prices remain high and funny money is flowing.  If China were to unleash another powerful stimulus similar to 2008/2009, rising food prices would weaken the communist party’s power.  
To be sure, China is stimulating, but they have much less political will to do so this time.  Recognition delay is much longer than before as lawmakers feel the effects of this chart.  

Food prices remain high and funny money is flowing.  If China were to unleash another powerful stimulus similar to 2008/2009, rising food prices would weaken the communist party’s power.  

To be sure, China is stimulating, but they have much less political will to do so this time.  Recognition delay is much longer than before as lawmakers feel the effects of this chart.  

Notes

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