And in the End Trump’s Economic War Begins to Make It Attractive to Relocate Companies Outside of China (Part 2)

And in the End Trump’s Economic War Begins to Make It Attractive to Relocate Companies Outside of China (Part 2)

The China relocator is now relocated… China is testing its own globalizing medicine

Meanwhile, in the last rales of multilateralism and globalization that we still cannot know very well if we will have to bury definitively, Chinese production had already been relocating Chinese production to Africa. A trend instrumentalized by the Chinese regime to secure natural resources in exchange for both new production plants and infrastructure investments, and all for the modest price of an exorbitant new burial debt, for which China stands as the main creditor ( and patron) from different African countries that he now has within reach of his baton. And no, do not believe that this process of socioeconomic conquest is taking place silently; that was in the beginning, but now it is a common theme in the politics of everyday life in many countries of the African continent.

But now, the new wave of delocalizing production current currently based in China is of a totally different nature. The socioeconomic insecurity that currently means for any company to have its production in China, without knowing for sure what tariffs and for what amount they can fall when it comes to exporting from the red giant to the US, makes companies begin to feel a risk that, on the other hand, in many of them has already materialized.

And how could it be otherwise, given the natural aversion of economic activity to any type of insecurity and instability, money that is always very cowardly and runs away, is doing the same with its productive investments in the red giant?

As always, firewood is made from the fallen tree, and Asian tigers take revenge

Meanwhile, in the last rales of multilateralism and globalization that we still cannot know very well if we will have to bury definitively, Chinese production had already been relocating Chinese production to Africa. A trend instrumentalized by the Chinese regime to secure natural resources in exchange for both new production plants and infrastructure investments, and all for the modest price of an exorbitant new burial debt, for which China stands as the main creditor ( and patron) from different African countries that he now has within reach of his baton. And no, do not believe that this process of socioeconomic conquest is taking place silently; that was in the beginning, but now it is a common theme in the politics of everyday life in many countries of the African continent.

But now, the new wave of delocalizing production current currently based in China is of a totally different nature. The socioeconomic insecurity that currently means for any company to have its production in China, without knowing for sure what tariffs and for what amount they can fall when it comes to exporting from the red giant to the US, makes companies begin to feel a risk that, on the other hand, in many of them has already materialized.

And how could it be otherwise, given the natural aversion of economic activity to any type of insecurity and instability, money that is always very cowardly and runs away, is doing the same with its productive investments in the red giant?

As always, firewood is made from the fallen tree, and Asian tigers take revenge

Here the difference is that we are talking about the second economy of the world, and a country that is home to nearly 1,400 million people: if the process precipitates a general crisis in China, or if it precipitates even a change of regime, the Consequences for everyone can be equally unpredictable. The new (un) world order can be considerable, and dwarf the one that brought the new styles of government so “disruptive,” championed by an always incorrect President Trump and his namesakes.

So, in this workshop of carpenters with a hammer blow that the world has become, we can be attending to how the last nail could be nailing in the coffin of the Chinese economy, already undergoing a strong slowdown, of which surely the official figures are only the tip of the iceberg. And that is not to mention the internal political tensions derived from the involvement of Xi Jinping in the purest Mao-style, or from that popular uprising in Hong Kong that try to silence by all means, which runs the risk of ending up spreading elsewhere of the country, and that week by week is becoming more violent as the dissent sees that their demands for democracy remain unsatisfied.

And a demonstration of this supposed fragile current internal state, which is probably the political apparatus of the country, is the celebration on the occasion of the commemoration of the communist regime in these days of a great parade, which has been “redirected”, passing to idolize the figure of its great leader, Xi Jinping. These types of triumphant marches and cult of personality are really indicative in this type of totalitarian regimes because they are often celebrated with special effusiveness and euphoria when they need to transmit an image abroad and to the population that tries to hide the real internal state of the national political landscape. Thus, they try to reinforce themselves with a personalistic cult around the image of their great leader, but deep down, they are desperately looking to emerge internally reinforced by propping up a foundation whose movements they are already feeling. Another demonstration of this is the extreme zeal with which the power apparatus has carried out the preparations for this parade, with measures not seen for a long time, even in a police state like the Chinese, and that reveal how from official instances it is Great demo is considered especially key.

Actually, to the Chinese, without having mounted any circus, but rather a hyper-guarded courtyard (also in the socioeconomic and with special cruelty to minorities ), the dwarves are also growing. I am very afraid that, in the current situation of global “disruption”, from Europe we cannot do much more than try to worry about surviving as a system ourselves, that we are already facing here not a few major dangers, and that we are mostly going to having to limit to see how the dwarves of others grow and grow, even in spite of alliance offerings made to Europe by the communist giant.

Let’s see what happens in that lavish and (so far) enviable Chinese national circus-like those dwarfs that grow up and end up being neither dwarfs, nor perhaps being communists, and we’ll see if they are still all Chinese… because 1.4 billion Chinese are many Chinese, and in any (for now potential) regime change of a socioeconomic bloc of these dimensions there is always the danger of disintegration… and not only from China, but from anyone to whom the seismic waves shake that from there they would reach the last corner of the planet. What an unpredictable world this one that we have to live! With this world scene so messy, they want to buy a seismograph for home.

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