A China já está em recessão
Os números oficiais são falsos e a recessão já começou na China. Mais: como nação, a China está na bancarrota. Afirmações de Lang Xianping, professor de economia da Universidade de Hong Kong, cuja demonstração ele desenvolve neste vídeo, onde compara a actual situação da China com a da ex-URSS. “Lang pointed out that 70% of China’s GDP came from infrastructure construction, which, in reality, has not brought any economic benefits to the country. For example, before the former Soviet Union collapsed, 70% of its GDP relied on military engineering projects. The current situation in China is very similar to that of former Soviet Union, at that time”.
Lang Xianping: China’s Economic Depression Has Begun
On October 22, Lang Xianping, an economics professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, gave a private talk in Shenyang City in Liaoning Province. He cited statistics showing why the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is trapped in an economic crisis and is at brink of bankruptcy. Some scholars say that Lang’s conclusion is not surprising at all, for they themselves hold the same the view. Lang Xianping’s speech, which was widely circulated online, pointed out that the CCP’s official published growth rate of 9.1% and its inflation rate of 6.2%, are false. Instead he says, China as a nation, is bankrupt.
Lang Xianping: “The 9.1% figure is false.The inflation rate of 6.2% is also false. Inflation has reached at least 16%! Do you know how to calculate the gross domestic product (GDP) figure? Nine minus six. The actual growth rate, according to the CCP’s data, should be less than 3%. What if the inflation rate was 16%? What’s the GDP growth rate? Minus seven percent. The situation is this serious.”
Professor Lang said that all of the CCP’s current policies are covering up the deep, murky reality of China’s economy. He cited the Purchasing Managers Index to explain that back to early July, China’s economy entered a recession.
Lang Xianping: “The Purchasing Managers Index, which was just released, showed a reading above 50.
This indicates normal economic growth, while below 50 means the country is entering into a recession.
Now among China, the U.S., and Europe, let me tell you, the first country that has gone into recession is China. It started in July. But has anyone reported the news? No. Why? No one is allowed to report it.”
Now, China’s stock market fell from 3,000 points in April, to 2,313 points in October. But other markets such as property, cars, luxury goods, antiques, and art, among others, are really booming. The co-existence of such a bleak winter and boiling summer can only take place in China. The basic reason is that China’s manufacturing Industry crisis has just begun.
Lang Xianping: “Field research conducted by The Economic Observer, a weekly Chinese newspaper,
shows that the production rate of the apparel industry in Jiangsu Prov. and Zhejiang Prov., is less than 33%. The plastic industry is 50%, the rubber industry is 60%, the soybeans extraction industry is less than 30%. My own survey shows that at present, 60% of all Leather-processing plants have shut down in Haining, China.”
Professor Lang also cited that although the total capacity of China’s power plants is 916 million kilowatts, the utilization rate is only 40%. By June 20, the volume of iron ore piled up in China’s various ports has reached 98.9 million tons, far more than the 7,098 tons imported during the period of financial crisis of last few years. This data shows that in reality, in China, an economic depression has begun.
Lang pointed out that 70% of China’s GDP came from infrastructure construction, which, in reality, has not brought any economic benefits to the country. For example, before the former Soviet Union collapsed, 70% of its GDP relied on military engineering projects. The current situation in China is very similar to that of former Soviet Union, at that time. Once China’s manufacturing industry pillar collapses, the country’s seemingly impressive infrastructure construction, won’t last longer.”
Note: this article was reproduced from WN news