The Atlantis Report: China is Officially Panicking, Beijing Orders Energy Firms to “Secure Supplies at all Costs”


The Atlantis Report
Oct 4, 2021

China economic problems are increasing, inflation is rising, supply chains faltering, The pandemic lingering, Debt Ceiling issues brewing, Government Shutdown coming, workers don’t want jobs…

How can China keep growing at the rate they are with not enough of a middle class to sustain future growth? One suspects that China’s lack of transparency means the problem is even worse than it looks.

The affect of Evergrande crash has caused financial distress to spread faster and more vigorously than the chinese regulators were expecting, putting pressure on them to move quickly to stop the contagion. They cannot redeem Evergrande’s creditors without also undermining their fight against bad debt.

If the government does not retreat, they will have to provide a helicopter money of epic proportions in order to terminate the contagion.

China’s real estate problem has been years in the making, complete with stories of empty office buildings even as more are being built rather common for awhile. Now it has resurfaced again, worse then ever. The question is will the government save this obvious racket, or do the right thing and let it fail. Suspect China will just say no to true capitalism and continue to prop up this teetering racket. Begs the question how many more rackets are they hiding.

The problem about letting the wildly inflated real estate market fall is that the Chinese economy is likely to be badly damaged as well. And as the economy collapses, chances are that the current government will collapse, too.


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