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China is calling in the dogs on North Korea.


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China is calling in the dogs on North Korea. Kim Jong-un has 120 days to close all North Korean businesses within Chinese borders.

That means 100,000 workers that help fund the North Korean regime to the tune of ~$230 million a year would be sent home packing.

The U.N. turned up the heat on China to crack down on North Korea in light of its nuclear missiles program—two warning shots over Japan and a handful of threats will do that. And China might be the only one with the key to Kim’s heart: trade.

China controls 80% of all trade (~$6.3 billion) that enters and exits North Korea. It has already cut off North Korea’s biggest exports (coal and textiles), and is capping the country’s biggest import (oil).

If Rogen and Franco couldn’t get Kim to negotiate, maybe China can.

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The Chinese are very adept traders .... all the war materials the USA sent them to fight Japan with, they repaid with hamsters and canaries. ...which naturally make more hamsters and canaries.

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The Chinese are very adept traders .... all the war materials the USA sent them to fight Japan with, they repaid with hamsters and canaries.

...which naturally make more hamsters and canaries.

The reason the Chinese are "inscrutable", is ...  if their faces crack, they go into uncontrollable laughter.

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