Global Trade War Coming up...
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Global Trade War Coming up...

Hong Kong : China | Nov 11, 2010 at 6:31 PM PST
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Todays failed G20 meeting can only lead to one thing: There is a global trade war looming on the horizon; the closing up of borders and the beginning of a worldwide depression to follow.

It's happened many times before throughout history and it's about to happen again.

Everyone for themselves...

Inflation will come first and then deflation after the stock market crash.

A spiralling deflation that will have everyone scrambling for cash: Selling cars, dishwashers, cottages, fridges, and the kitchen sink.

Get ready for a deucy...

Marcelo Montecinos is based in Santiago, Metropolitana, Chile, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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