Tuesday, May 30, 2017

China's Plans for the South China Sea

Beijing curbs exports of big island-building diggers
In a notice dated on Thursday, the Ministry of Commerce said that from June 1 all export deals for dredgers that might affect national security would require State Council approval.

The notice listed five types of dredgers that could dig more than 15 metres deep, had a large carrying capacity and could dredge at high speed.

China has reclaimed more than 1,295 hectares of land in the southeastern South China Sea, according to a Pentagon report released in May last year.
China is taking over the entire South China Sea in plain sight. Who else would be digging up the sea and building islands except for the rightful owners?

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