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  • CHINESE IN PANIC TO GET MONEY OUT OF CHINA RMB - Rush To Buy Offshore Property, Assets & USD

    SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest Updates - http://www.youtube.com/user/elitenwoagenda?sub_confirmation=1 CHINESE IN PANIC TO GET MONEY OUT OF CHINA RMB - Rush To Buy Offshore Property, Assets & USD Demand to buy dollars is quite strong today.” China’s yuan fell to its weakest in 8-1/2 years on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve signaled a faster pace of rate hikes, raising concerns of more capital outflows at a time when Asia’s economic powerhouse shows signs of stabilizing. The Chinese currency drifted lower even as state-owned banks sold dollars and the authorities stepped up their defense. Borrowing rates for the yuan rose in both onshore and offshore markets, suggesting the authorities were trying to discourage speculative short-selling of the currency. The People’s B...

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  • Invest Offshore in Hong Kong

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  • Final tunnel joint of Hongkong-Zhuhai-Macao bridge departs for site

    The last joint for the underwater tunnel of the world's longest cross-sea bridge, which connects Zhuhai in south China’s Guangdong Province with Hong Kong and Macao, departed Monday morning from east China's Jiangsu. As a key part of the immersed-tube tunnel of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, the joint was pre-made in Nantong City, Jiangsu, before being installed underwater. It will be connecting the 29th and the 30th immersed tubes, according to reports. Transported by sea, the joint is expected to arrive at the bridge construction site on March 5. With a total length of 5.6 kilometers, the tunnel will be the first offshore immersed-tube tunnel in China once it is completed. It will also be the longest immersed-tube highway tunnel and the only deep-buried immersed-tube tunnel in th...

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  • From Le Brassus to Macau

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  • Frigstad Shekou 7th Generation Ultra Deepwater Semi On Sea Trials

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  • Goa offshore casinos get another 6 months

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  • Bank Account in Austria

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  • Crane accident at Kiewit-General site in Aberdeen

    Kiewit-General has been given willful and serious violations related to an accident at their site in Aberdeen, where pontoons for the 520 floating bridge were being constructed. The lifting eye on a 13,000-pound counterweight snapped, causing the weight to fall to the ground.

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  • 29th Immersed tube of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Connected with 28th

    The 49.968-kilometer Hong KongZhuhaiMacao Bridge has the last 182 meters to complete as the 29th immersed-tube (E29) was connected with E28 in the underwater tunnel on Sunday, marking the the last but one step to complete the construction of the tunnel and the bridge as a whole. The work to install the 29th immersed-tube took 27 hours before it was connected with the 28th immersed-tube. The gap of the tunnel will be finally closed as E30, the last immersed-tube, is installed and linked with E29, scheduled for late April. "The connection of E29 (the 29th immersed-tube) with E28 is a prelude of the connection between E29 with E30, the last gap of the tunnel. We'd integrate the three immersed-tubes as a whole with the linkage and E29 is just one part of it. The last connection will be...

    published: 21 Feb 2017
  • Macau Casinos—Mainlanders' Way of Money Laundering

    Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Fund transfers by corrupt officials and wealthy immigrants from mainland China have always been a focus of the outside world. The Economist, a British magazine, published an article pointing out how Macau gambling has become a means of money laundering and the transfer of wealth for the rich and the corrupt officials from China. They go to Macau for gambling with the exchanged chips and then they cash out in Hong Kong dollars which can be banked in Hong Kong or other countries. People believe behind such phenomenon in Macau is the serious corruption of the Communist Party and their inevitable collapse. The Economist magazine's recent article, "Macau gamin...

    published: 15 Dec 2011
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  • No One Else J35 -Macau Race 2012-7-1

    published: 02 Sep 2012
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  • Hydraulic Impact Hammer HHP35 ton for Hongkong-Macao-Zhuhai Bridge' piling work

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Invest Offshore in Macau

Invest Offshore in Macau

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Offshore Presentation_Macau

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CHINESE IN PANIC TO GET MONEY OUT OF CHINA RMB - Rush To Buy Offshore Property, Assets & USD

CHINESE IN PANIC TO GET MONEY OUT OF CHINA RMB - Rush To Buy Offshore Property, Assets & USD

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SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest Updates - http://www.youtube.com/user/elitenwoagenda?sub_confirmation=1 CHINESE IN PANIC TO GET MONEY OUT OF CHINA RMB - Rush To Buy Offshore Property, Assets & USD Demand to buy dollars is quite strong today.” China’s yuan fell to its weakest in 8-1/2 years on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve signaled a faster pace of rate hikes, raising concerns of more capital outflows at a time when Asia’s economic powerhouse shows signs of stabilizing. The Chinese currency drifted lower even as state-owned banks sold dollars and the authorities stepped up their defense. Borrowing rates for the yuan rose in both onshore and offshore markets, suggesting the authorities were trying to discourage speculative short-selling of the currency. The People’s Bank of China set the midpoint guiding rate at 6.9289 per dollar, just 261 pips weaker than the previous fixing. That was early relief for the market as traders had been expecting a much weaker fixing, given the move overnight in major currencies after the Fed raised rates. “Demand to buy dollars is quite strong today, but big Chinese banks are offering large amount of dollars around the 6.9340 area to avoid the yuan from falling too much,” said a trader at a Chinese bank in Shanghai. The global dollar index rose to 102.47 from the previous close of 101.76. China’s stock market was down 0.7% while the offshore yuan stabilized close to the onshore spot levels, largely because of the tightness in the money market. Onshore yuan yields have risen recently, driven by PBOC attempts to reduce leverage and off-balance sheet funding, market worries about capital, and speculation the authorities are keeping funding conditions tight in order to discourage speculative positions against the yuan. BREAKING Talked to XE and they now confirm that upstream providers are affirming this rate (7.48 RMB to USD currently). This is bad. An average of $50 billion has been steadily leaving the Chinese economy every month since June. The accelerating outflow of capital from China is likely to coincide with the yuan’s sharpest annual depreciation in over two decades, warned Goldman Sachs. According to Bloomberg, economists from the investment bank wrote Friday in a note that a net amount as high as $69.2 billion of money left the country in November. Steady departures of around $50 billion from the Chinese economy per month have been recorded since June, according to the note, while there has been a net outflow of capital via payments in yuan for 14 months in a row. According to China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange, the equivalent of $33.6 billion left the country through yuan payments in November, reports China Chinese RMB "China RMB" Currency Yuan "China Yuan" Forex "Forex Trading Offshore Asset Assets USD Dollar "U.S. Dollar" Value DeValue Gold Silver "Sell Gold" "Gold Coins" Property "Interest Rate" Investor Investment Bank "Bank Account" Stocks "Stock Market" Savings "Savings Account" ROI Business World Asia Asian Money Cash Vault "Asset Storage" Auction "United States" USA 2017 2018 "elite nwo agenda" jim rogers marc faber singapore mark faber gerald celente jsnip4 cashless society ban cash india europe withdrawal compared with the $29 billion in dollar equivalent that had left in October via the same way. The country has reportedly been trying different measures to slow the outflow of capital by both legal and illegal means by heightening scrutiny over outbound transfers exceeding $5 million and external deals involving large amounts, reports Reuters. Earlier this month, there were also conflicting reports of reported tightening on ATM withdrawal caps via UnionPay, the only Mainland Chinese bank card network, in the casino enclave of Macau. Meanwhile, the offshore yuan pool has been falling in the past year as market players lose interest in the currency, wary the yuan will depreciate further in the coming year. Yuan deposits in Hong Kong fell 0.4% to 662.5 billion yuan ($96.22 billion) in October, more than 30% lower than the peak hit in December 2014. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority said yuan deposits declined noticeably by the end of the first three weeks in November.
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Invest Offshore in Hong Kong

Invest Offshore in Hong Kong

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Final tunnel joint of Hongkong-Zhuhai-Macao bridge departs for site

Final tunnel joint of Hongkong-Zhuhai-Macao bridge departs for site

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The last joint for the underwater tunnel of the world's longest cross-sea bridge, which connects Zhuhai in south China’s Guangdong Province with Hong Kong and Macao, departed Monday morning from east China's Jiangsu. As a key part of the immersed-tube tunnel of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, the joint was pre-made in Nantong City, Jiangsu, before being installed underwater. It will be connecting the 29th and the 30th immersed tubes, according to reports. Transported by sea, the joint is expected to arrive at the bridge construction site on March 5. With a total length of 5.6 kilometers, the tunnel will be the first offshore immersed-tube tunnel in China once it is completed. It will also be the longest immersed-tube highway tunnel and the only deep-buried immersed-tube tunnel in the world. Construction of the bridge began in December 2009 at Zhuhai. The Y-shaped bridge will eventually be 55 km long, starting from Lantau Island in Hong Kong with branches to Zhuhai and Macao.
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From Le Brassus to Macau

From Le Brassus to Macau

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Frigstad Shekou 7th Generation Ultra Deepwater Semi On Sea Trials

Frigstad Shekou 7th Generation Ultra Deepwater Semi On Sea Trials

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Goa offshore casinos get another 6 months

Goa offshore casinos get another 6 months

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Bank Account in Austria

Bank Account in Austria

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Crane accident at Kiewit-General site in Aberdeen

Crane accident at Kiewit-General site in Aberdeen

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Kiewit-General has been given willful and serious violations related to an accident at their site in Aberdeen, where pontoons for the 520 floating bridge were being constructed. The lifting eye on a 13,000-pound counterweight snapped, causing the weight to fall to the ground.
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29th Immersed tube of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Connected with 28th

29th Immersed tube of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Connected with 28th

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The 49.968-kilometer Hong KongZhuhaiMacao Bridge has the last 182 meters to complete as the 29th immersed-tube (E29) was connected with E28 in the underwater tunnel on Sunday, marking the the last but one step to complete the construction of the tunnel and the bridge as a whole. The work to install the 29th immersed-tube took 27 hours before it was connected with the 28th immersed-tube. The gap of the tunnel will be finally closed as E30, the last immersed-tube, is installed and linked with E29, scheduled for late April. "The connection of E29 (the 29th immersed-tube) with E28 is a prelude of the connection between E29 with E30, the last gap of the tunnel. We'd integrate the three immersed-tubes as a whole with the linkage and E29 is just one part of it. The last connection will be performed in late April according to our plan," said Lin Ming, chief engineer of the Island and Tunnel Project of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. The Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macao Bridge is an ongoing construction project which includes a 29.6-kilometer dual three-lane carriageway, a 5.6-kilometer immersed-tube tunnel and two artificial islands. The 29th immersed curve tube is about 171.2 meters long, which requires high techniques and precision to transport and install it. "[E29] immersed from the west is the last tube link and beside it is the final connection to be performed in the near future," said Yin Haiqing, vice president of the Project Management Department for Island and Tunnel Project of HongKong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. The tunnel, when finished, will be the first offshore immersed-tube tunnel in China. It will also be the longest highway immersed-tube tunnel and the only deep-buried immersed-tube tunnel in the world. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170220/8043589.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
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Macau Casinos—Mainlanders' Way of Money Laundering

Macau Casinos—Mainlanders' Way of Money Laundering

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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Fund transfers by corrupt officials and wealthy immigrants from mainland China have always been a focus of the outside world. The Economist, a British magazine, published an article pointing out how Macau gambling has become a means of money laundering and the transfer of wealth for the rich and the corrupt officials from China. They go to Macau for gambling with the exchanged chips and then they cash out in Hong Kong dollars which can be banked in Hong Kong or other countries. People believe behind such phenomenon in Macau is the serious corruption of the Communist Party and their inevitable collapse. The Economist magazine's recent article, "Macau gaming industry, a window on China," stated "Macau's success is not built purely on the Chinese love of gambling. It is also fueled by a stampede of nervous money fleeing the mainland." The article described, "A government official who has embezzled state funds, for example, may arrange to gamble in Macau through a junket. When he arrives, his chips are waiting for him. When he cashes out, his winnings are paid in Hong Kong dollars, which he can stash in a bank in Hong Kong or take farther afield." An associate business professor at the University of Macau, Davis Fong, said, "There are many ways to launder money, more than we can think of," "Some bypass junkets and instead use pawn shops and other stores, where they buy an item with yuan and promptly sell it back for Macanese pataca or Hong Kong dollars—less, of course," "No one can quantify how much money is laundered in Macau, it's such an obscene amount of money you would die," quoted the Economist. The Economist described, "A look behind the scenes at Macau reveals a lot about Chinese corruption." Liao Zusheng, a mainland writer, believes that China is now completely falling and occupied with chaos, a situation widely recognized by the Chinese officials who have absolutely no confidence themselves. Liao Zusheng: "They have to find way out for themselves. That is to indulge while messing around. They themselves know, pretty soon, and this will not last long. Those corrupt officials are finding various ways to relocate their assets. This is an inevitable phenomenon before collapse." In 2007, Macau's Hobbs Journal revealed that gambling is an important means of the corrupt Chinese officials to money-launder and funds transfer. Through channels such as offshore gambling, internet gambling and underground Mark Six, the mainland lost more than 600 billion yuan each year. "Voice of America" recently reported that more and more wealthy Chinese are seeking to emigrate overseas, despite the fact that they generally do not openly express their intention. However, a real estate tycoon has recently complained online that China's daily life in general is lacking in fundamental security such as property, food, air, education and basic rights. He said this is the main reason people leave their country, and also the major factor that threatens the overall stability of China. George Mason University professor and current affairs commentator Zhang Tianlian: "For instance, air pollution is very serious in mainland, however rich you are, the air you breathe is severely polluted. Another example is mainland's foods, there are many issues, there is a likely chance of buying toxic food, or food that would get you poisoned chronically, you would not know. There is also the problem of education for our future generations, and nowadays poverty in China is shameful, but not just prostitution, the whole society is very much degenerated." The Economist made it clear that the wealthy Chinese worry about property investments plunging. "Many also fear losing their political patrons next autumn, when China's Communist Party will anoint a new generation of leaders," and many are scared "about the political climate back home," and so this will further facilitate the money laundering through the Macau gambling market. NTD reportersZhu Zhi ShanTang Rui and Huang Rong. 《神韵》2011世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Hydrofoil Catamaran MV Taurus 2016 - DJI Phantom 4

Hydrofoil Catamaran MV Taurus 2016 - DJI Phantom 4

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No One Else J35 -Macau Race 2012-7-1

No One Else J35 -Macau Race 2012-7-1

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(Grouper fish) fishing At macau ferry, HONG KONG

(Grouper fish) fishing At macau ferry, HONG KONG

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Hydraulic Impact Hammer HHP35 ton for Hongkong-Macao-Zhuhai Bridge' piling work

Hydraulic Impact Hammer HHP35 ton for Hongkong-Macao-Zhuhai Bridge' piling work

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