- China and Russia's military relationship establishes new heights as the two agree to challenge America in the Middle East and elsewhere around the globe.
- A trade war with America would be a tipping point for China’s $14 trillion debt-driven economy
- Roughly 20 percent of all Chinese exports are being shipped to the U.S.
- In a trade war with America, China's GDP growth would fall 0.5 percent and would continue to fall as it heats up, according to the International Monetary Fund.
- China's debt-to-GDP ratio has grown to more than 300% from 160% just a decade ago.
- Chinese officials warn of financial-sector debt-bubble that's just waiting to burst.
- Where is this all headed?
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Est. April, 2018
Rep. Terry Baxter, (Chairman, International Relations Committee for the State of Iowa Legislature and CEO of Go Serve Global)