China’s state owned heavy industry expanded too far and too fast during the boom years, in a borrowing and investment splurge. Now, as the economy slows, there is too much industrial capacity chasing too little demand. Many plants have been forced to cut back output and are struggling to pay back loans, but, instead of closing down, these “zombie” factories are being kept alive, at a huge cost to the economy and the banking system..
Transformation is happening!The minds/intellects wants to be able to comprehend and assimilate every thought that crosses our minds in order to process our thoughts and file them accordingly. This is the function of the memory to organize our thoughts. It gives us a sense of control, so it seems over our thoughts, the control you yield to the Holy Spirit; when you pray and sing in the spirit; or in an unknown tongue..
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Redmi Note 5 Pro Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 (6GB) vs. Redmi Note 5 Pro vs. Redmi Note 5. Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank told CNBC that President Trump was a “real asset” because of his focus on job creation. Social media immediately erupted with calls to boycott the brand.And two of the company’s star athletes, Steph Curry and Misty Copeland, said they don’t support Trump or comments praising him. Curry went so far as to say Trump was an asset “if you remove the ‘et’ from asset.”On Friday, Under Armour released a statement explicitly saying it did not support Trump’s recent ban on seven majority Muslim countries.”We are against a travel ban and believe that immigration is a source of strength, diversity and innovation for global companies based in America like Under Armour,” the company said.Related: Ass or asset? Steph Curry goes after TrumpMeanwhile, Under Armour’s biggest competitors, Adidas and Nike, issued statements within days of the travel ban.Nike said it believes in the “power of diversity” and that “those values are being threatened” by Trump’s anti Muslim ban.