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Retail June sales a mixed bag amid outlook worry

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U.S. FOREIGN POLICY IN CHINA AND NORTH KOREA
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WHILE IN COLLEGE, I TOOK A NUMBER OF FAR-EAST COURSES. THIS PAINTING REPRESENTS THE FIRST OFFICIAL TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CHINA, "THE WANGHIA TREATY."

HOW IRONIC IT HAD TO DO WITH TRADE BALANCE AND TRADE BETWEEN THE T WO NATIONS. WHAT IS EVEN MORE FANTASTIC IS THAT CHINA’S ECONOMY IS BOOMING UNDER CAPITALISM WHILE THE U.S. ECONOMY IS NOT. YOU MIGHT BE CURIOUS WHY CHINA’S CAPITALISM IS WORKING AND OUR IS NO LONGER WORKING WELL AT ALL. SIT DOWN, AND I WILL TELL YOU WHY. IT WON’T TAKE THAT LONG, REALLY.

IT ALL HAS TO DO WITH WHO IS IN CHARGE OF A NATION AND THEIR SPECIFIC GOAL, BUT THERE IS MORE: WHEN CAPITALISM IS BURDENED BY ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS, IT BEGINS TO FAIL. THE PROFITS ARE EATEN UP BY CLIMATE CONTROL FACTORS WHEN THERE IS AN ELEMENT OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE FACTORED IN THIS ECONOMY.

Retail June sales a mixed bag amid outlook worry
Retailers posted mixed June sales on Thursday as a boost from hot weather–induced buying and a shift in the timing of Memorial Day sales was offset by a string of disappointing economic reports that have hurt consumer confidence and led some to pull back on spending.
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