Catalina: Bonds moving today, tonight means RV is done...I think we are having a syncing problem. Greece now on board. Historical Bonds moving in Philippines. Chinese Bonds moving in Switzerland...was told yesterday from my own sources involved in the process.
Catalina: Bonds moving means RV is done...I think we are having a syncing problem. That's all. Hopeful this week. Very fluid. Very Close!
Jazzfan: Catallina is correct. Historical bonds moving means RV is done.
Wiz: Catallina- the best thing I heard last wed on the Landa call: "we're just wating for this thing to finish. most people are looking for something to start, and I think they're lookng at it the wrong way"
Thunderhawk: Great Find nanny1 blessings to you
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AS WE STUDY THESE TRADE ROUTES THE REAL COMPETITION WILL COME IN TRADE AND SHIPPING SINCE THE NEW REALITY WILL NOT ALLOW CHEATING ON CURRENCY AND KNOCK OFF PRODUCTS LIKE CHINA HAS DONE FOR DECADES NOW!
I'M SURE CHINA DOESN'T LIKE OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH VIETNAM AND THE TPP. THEY WILL DISRUPT IT IF POSSIBLE!
THIS ISSUE WILL MAKE TRADE AND SHIPPING THE NEW CONTROL OVER COUNTRIES AND CHINA DOESN'T LIKE IT BECAUSE THEY WILL BE MARGINALIZED! DOC IMO
nanny1 Alert Pacific Commander: China Heading Toward Operational, Tactical Control of Major U.S. Trade Route
If China continues to arm all of the bases they've reclaimed in the South China Sea...they will change the operational landscape in the region," Admiral Harry Harris, head of U.S. Pacific Command, told a news conference on Thursday.
"And short of war with the United States, they can become -- they can rise to the level of having operational control, tactical control of the waterways and airways in the South China Sea, which today, involves about $5.3 trillion of trade, over a billion of which -- over a trillion of which is destined for the United States.
"There are enormous I.T. infrastructure in the...undersea cables in the South China Sea. It's a principle shipping lane, as we've discussed.
"And I think that, again, short of war with the United States, China will exercise de facto control of the South China Sea, if they are -- if they continue to outfit the bases that they've reclaimed there."
Harris said China, in the past few years, has reclaimed almost 3,000 acres of land from the South China Sea, turning many of the islands into military bases.
"I am of the opinion that they are militarizing the South China Sea," Harris said. "And when they add their advanced fighters to Woody Island, and when -- up in the Paracels -- and when they put their advanced missile systems on the Paracels, and when they build three 10,000-foot runways in the Spratlys on the basis that they've reclaimed -- when they do all of that, they're changing the operational landscape in the South China Sea.
"So, that is what has changed. The United States and our patrols -- military patrols, air and maritime in the South China Sea haven't really changed. We have a consistent presence in the Western Pacific, and we have had that for decades. So, I would say it's China that has changed its behavior."
Harris said the U.S. will continue to "exercise our rights of freedom of navigation in international waters and airspace, and encourage others -- encourage that like-minded network of nations to do the same.
"And I think we must use diplomacy to influence China. And finally, we have to ensure that we continue to modernize that (U.S. military) force, in order to go back to the first element of maintaining a credible combat power."
"But you're not stopping China from militarizing these islands," a reporter told Harris.
"Well, you'd have to ask China why they're not stopping," Harris responded. "I mean, the military component is just one tool in the -- in the tool chest that our national leadership has, so, you know, I think we're doing what we have to do in the military sense.
"There are -- there are many other components of national power that can be and probably will be brought to bear in this."
Harris noted that the U.S. maintains a continuous presence of naval ships in the South China Sea and flies regular surveillance patrols in the region as well. "So, we're there all the time, I would say."
"We must exercise our freedom of navigation, or we risk losing it."
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Mountainman: AWESOME Article Nanny 1.................As The (WATERS OF TRADE) "TURN".........So too WILL COUNTRIES like CHINA Set "UP" a CITADEL/FORTRESS of BARRIERS as they "SEEK" to (CONTROL) what THEY/CHINA deems as "THEIR" PROPERTY!!!!!!!!........IMO
GreatlyBlessed: CBI official: Int'l credit cards to come to Iran
Central Bank of Iran (CBI) is in talks with foreign financial companies for the introduction of international credit cards in Iran, said the director of the CBI's Payment System Department on Monday
"JCB International Credit Card Company of Japan, following negotiations with Central Bank of Iran, is planning to introduce credit cards to the Islamic Republic market from the next Iranian year (to begin March 20)," Davood Mohammad-Beigi told IRNA.
Following the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the CBI held talks with international credit card companies, including JCB and the Chinese card organization China Union Pay (CUP), to address the need of the customers, Mohammad-Beigi said.
He said that central bank officials expect JCB credit cards to be introduced in Iran by late September.
"The JCB credit cards are used in 130 countries and almost 30 million shopping centers," he pointed out. This, he added, constitutes half of the coverage provided by the Visa credit cards around the globe.
The JCB cards can be used by customers in Europe and Southeast Asia, but, their penetration coefficient remains low in North America