Breaking China could cripple us all

We’re used to the expression ‘Made in China’, but really what we should be paying attention to is what’s ‘Sold in China

30th August, 2015

As we headed out on the Happy Hooker from Doolin, the second mate sidled up beside me and whispered, “Not to worry, but hold on, there’s going to be a bit of rock ’n’ roll”. Rock ’n’ roll is what he called it. The waves were enormous.’

To keep my eyes from the wall of water crashing down, we nattered away – me nervously, yer man,...

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