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China to get in on bargain basement purchases of American land, industrial assets and houseing properties. With all of their money and American's with no purchasing power to bid against them, Geithner has sold America out from under its citizens. Americans can't bid. They've traded their dollars for gold, which still buys nothing in the US.
This is a super crime against Americans, although Geithner and Obama being Rockefeller internationalists don't think so.
Geithner, you will recall, was born in India and speaks Mandarin Chinese fluently. Obama was born in Kenya and a lot of people beholden to China and Rockefeller let him pass muster and assume the office for which he is not eligible.
United States said it welcomes Chinese investment in sensitive U.S. technology
The United States promised "full consideration" of China's request for "fair treatment" over exports of sensitive U.S. technology and said it welcomes Chinese investment, after two days of negotiations ended in a series of deals on U.S. access to the Chinese market and Chinese access to sensitive U.S. technology.
Wang Qishan, Chinese vice-premier, said the U.S. "commits to accord China fair treatment in the reform of its export control regime [and] relax high-tech exports control towards China". In financial services, Mr Wang welcomed US willingness to let Chinese banks invest in the U.S., saying it recognized "China's enormous progress in capital-adequacy ratio, comprehensive consolidation supervision and other regulatory aspects".
Remember when Bill Clinton walk away with all of our military secrets and actually gave China the entire database of the US Patent Office at a time when China wasn't honoring any US patent. Remember how John Hwang bankrolled his election victory with money from Riadi who is the PLA's man in Indonesia? And Pelosi represents Chinatown. And our Chinese Secretary of Commerce, Gary Locke, is not Ambassador to China -- and so it goes -- all of it.
The United States also made some progress on opening up China's financial system. The United States argues that financial reform will make it easier for Chinese consumers to save and borrow, thus boosting domestic consumption in China.
The U.S. also wants to reduce the flow of cheap finance to Chinese state-owned enterprises as a result of caps on interest rates paid to Chinese depositors and create opportunities for U.S. financial firms in the Chinese market.