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Transferring cash out of China

vicar (803 posts) • 0

Here's another angle if you have the time. Let's say you had 1,000,000 yuan to send to the UK. Buy 1,000,000 yuan's worth of suitable goods for export from a manufacturer in China. Send them to the UK and pay customs. Sell the goods to a supplier/buyer (including costs) and...there is your currency with a profit. To increase profits substancially, just sell the goods directly yourself. Obviously, a bit of work invloved but no more than a part time job for a short while.

DanTheMan (594 posts) • 0

Is the problem at the bank with the transfer of foreign currency itself or the conversion of RMB into that currency prior to sending?

michael2015 (642 posts) • 0

@Ocean
The rules and laws change periodically as banks are policy driven. That said once you adjust to the new rules - you should be good to go for a few years - so my dubious advice is brute force your way through the system so you have all the paperwork - and you should be good to go until the next policy change.

China's trying to make its financial infrastructures more rigorous and disciplined - although the prolific paperwork remains astonishing.

Peter99 (1246 posts) • 0

I dont believe for a minute, even a second, there been official efforts to to put brakes on outflow of cash. I believe its been unofficially encouraged and organised, and that the official statements are what they are. West, who still doesnt understand China, is of course falling for this like a big assed donkey drooling afted a juicy carrot. But I dont blame China for that, just embarrassed over Wests blatantly greedy ignorance. And stupidity.

Peter99 (1246 posts) • -2

What do you mean?

China knows very well how to play the cards, if u been in China some time, you should know it too.

Like Orwell said on Asia, theres always a plot behind a plot. He was wise enough to know it.

And money talks

dolphin (509 posts) • -3
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maybe not in this case though.
it's very damaging to the economy when many people with money take their money out.

Peter99 (1246 posts) • -2

Like I said, I dont buy that for a second. In this case. No matter what media u read, or which politician says it.

If they wanted to block the outflow, the button is there. They got rid of opium in one year, this would take one minute. Look at it in a global perspective, see previous official statements on this issue, and put it in perspective on reality. Same as any numbers, you know, NOT telling the truth in asia, means power, right. And vice versa, saying the truth, is loosing the power. This stuff is older than Confucius himself. Yet you guys swallow the apple without biting it. Laughable. Yea, even fake Apple stores, now what else could be fake. Also Asian politics are staged theatres - but better played so, and they got a wider range of cards.

Break on through to the other side.

dolphin (509 posts) • -4
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