The Chinese colony of Brazil – Part Duex | Wyly Wade
WSC2013_ClosingCeremony_jpl_0147 (Photo credit: WorldSkills) "What happens is you start getting people saying 'Wait a minute, we are running a huge trade deficit with China. They are investing $20 billion and grabbing up all our resources. Are we a colony?'" says Derek Scissors of the American Enterprise Institute. While controversial the first settlement of the Brazilian people by the Chinese was in the mid 1400s which has been confirmed by DNA evidence of the Surui of Amazonia. Fast forward 600 years later and let the complaining about Chinese colonization begin. Lets be clear though Brazil seems to be on the move of its own. Visit the Haitian relief, slow as hell rebuild, and you will find hundreds of Brazilian soldiers. Or how about sub-saharan Africa lots of Brazilians and lots of Brazilian money. This is not unexpected though and makes sound monetary policy. As an economy grows and strengthens a diversification is required to maintain a health trade balance especially during slow