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posted on Jul, 15 2003 @ 07:55 PM
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What happens if Bush has to do something serious about North korea's nuclear program or China revolts over whats happening in Hong Kong.

How will the world economy be affected by all this?

If revolution happens in China will products still flow to the US?

Think about how manufacturing relys upon last minute shipments to avoid costly inventories.

We are all going to be in big trouble if this happens and I think it's just a matter of months.




posted on Jul, 15 2003 @ 08:15 PM
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Originally posted by energy_wave
What happens if Bush has to do something serious about North korea's nuclear program or China revolts over whats happening in Hong Kong.

How will the world economy be affected by all this?

If revolution happens in China will products still flow to the US?

Think about how manufacturing relys upon last minute shipments to avoid costly inventories.

We are all going to be in big trouble if this happens and I think it's just a matter of months.



I seriouslly doubt Bush will do anything to N. Korea except for idle threats in the near future. China revolting? Do you remember Tiananmen and the tanks? What are you talking about that is happening in HK? I have family and friends (some post here) in HK.



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