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Why China Is Frantically Buying These U.S. Companies

walt85 Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 6:04 PM
Same old, same old....been there, done that.....an bought in too. Lost their . you no what. China will do the same and for more reasons. When will the doomsayers start recommending Mao's Little Red Book?

More than two decades ago, Japan sported the most dynamic economy in the developed world.

The country's Nikkei stock market index was soaring to new heights, and real estate prices were skyrocketing. Flush with cash after a multi-decade spree of trade surpluses, Japanese investors started to seek assets elsewhere, and some of their biggest moves took place here in the U.S.

At the time, Japan Inc.'s move to snap up the highly prized Pebble Beach golf course in California and the Rockefeller Center complex in New York City led to lots of...

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