No it took me 5 mins after coming back the 3 months were all yours and like I said I'm disappointed that you came up with so little.
>Germany isn't deficit financing countries it was just a hypothetical
Ok so you admit that you don't even have a real concrete example of this occurring thanks for admitting that your argument has no basis in reality. >Large imperial powers don't outbid each other for third world contracts?
Do you even know what the IMF is? Do you even know what the World Bank is? How can you be this ignorant - oh that's right you don't understand anything concerning economics and how it has been a deliberate strategy of the American order to keep countries underdeveloped and in poverty no wonder. When America wants a contract signed they get their comprador stooge into power and get it done that way. There is no such thing as American "competition" for development anymore. China is single-handedly providing all avenues for development because the West is not even bothering to compete like they did the past and is fine sitting back and blowing up anyone they don't like or subjugating them to unplayable debt burdens.
>There is a distinction between the movement that comes to power and the eventual lending to government of that movement for infrastructure.
If you read the study you would realize that the study stated that China only accelerated lending after relevant left wing governments came into power but that's what you get for being illiterate. Here is one key sentence from one of the very first few paragraphs:>I thus argue that China’s economic engagement with Ecuador and Bolivia deepened disproportionately from 2005 to 2014 due to the simultaneous rise of leftist governments in these states at the time>which took place in a geopolitical environment conducive to China’s rise.
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