Golden opportunity for China to invest $3.2 trillion and become superpower

Sahit Muja

Sahit Muja: Golden opportunity for China to invest $3.2 trillion and become superpower
 China has the center stage to help the global economy.

With $3.2 trillion in foreign reserves China hold the key to the rally in global markets and becoming economic superpower.
 China’s foreign reserves have skyrocketed in 5 years, do to strong exports, foreign investment and large trade surpluses.

The foreign exchange reserves  has been rising as China buys foreign currencies used to pay for the country’s exports in order to control the value of the yuan.
China’s new yuan loans stood at only 470 billion yuan ($73 billion) at the end of September, according to a statement from the People’s Bank of China.
 
The central bank has hiked interest rates five times since October and increased the amount of money banks must keep in reserve numerous times in the past year as part of its monetary tightening.
China’s economic rise and the steady supply of inexpensive natural resources have led to a rapid increase in Chinese foreign direct investment stretching to Europe, Australia, U.S , Middle East, Russia, Africa and Latin America.

China’s is emerging as a global superpower.
Chinese state-owned enterprises are becoming major  players on natural resources extraction in Iran, Australia, Brazil, Venezuela, Canada, Middle East, Russia, Africa , Latin America and  Africa.

China has the opportunity to become a global leader in energy and mining industry by investing $3.2 trillion foreign reserves.
If China invest all it’s $3.2 trillion dollars globally about 100 million Jobs can be crated.

Putting 100 million people beck to work in the global economy will definitely make a China a superpower.
An average $30,000 investment is needed to crate a one job globally.

It was  the USA that fore many years has helped the  global economy, now is China’s turn.
Go China the world needs You today.

Sahit Muja

Albanian Minerals

Albanian Minerals: China’s stock market accelerated as export rose 20.4 percent

China

Sahit Muja : China’s  stock market accelerated  as export  rose 20.4 percent
China’s trade rose in July and the trade surplus rose to its highest level in more than two years.

Export growth rose 20.4 percent from June’s 17.9 percent, while imports rose 22.9 percent, up from June’s 19.3 percent, customs data showed today.
China’s strong import growth is a very good news  for global economies.

 Albanian Minerals President and CEO  said “Brazil, India, Canada,  Australia, Russia ,  African countries and Middle Easte  are dependable in China to drive demand for oil, natural gas, metals, iron ore and other imports. 
 Exports rose to a new monthly high of $175.1 billion while imports grew to $143.6 billion.

China’s trade surplus with the United States widened 7 percent over a year ago to $20.9 billion while the gap with the 27-nation European Union, its biggest trading partner, grew 28 percent to $17.4 billion.

China is likely invest the huge foreign exchange reserves in gold, silver, metals and other natural resources to protect the currency  from devaluation.
 
Albanian Minerals President and CEO  said  “The global economy is in a very profound, fundamental, and unfortunately painful changes and I believe that this is a great opportunity to invest and prosper”.

We are witnessing a kind of sea change world-wide right now, that  American budget crisis is not just an American problem but a global problem as well.

Albanian Minerals President and CEO  said “Technology is interlinking the world like never before. We are both closer and more integrated, at the same time we are sharing problems and disasters and crises together, as one people, one globe”.
This is a great opportunity for global economy  in  the road to  prosperity.

Albanian Minerals President and CEO  said  “America require new leadership which can embrace dynamic change more willingly, with greater cooperation and less conflict and dogmatic adherence to socialist ideology.

We have so much wealth globally  in human and natural resources, food, water, energy, forests, oil, natural gas, coal, silver, gold, metals, cooper, aluminum, iron ore, chrome ore.
We have everything we need to have a prosper live for any human in this planet”.

China has the ability to help US, EU, markets and global economy

Albanian Minerals

Sahit Muja: China has the ability to help US,  EU, markets and global economy
“China’s foreign exchange reserves reached $3.2 trillion. China need to make a good use of the large pool of foreign currency and spend more to help the global economy.
China most invest the huge foreign exchange reserves to protect from devaluation”.

Albanian Minerals President and CEO  said “The global economy is in a very profound, fundamental, and unfortunately painful changes. But, I believe that this is a great opportunity to invest and prosper.
No one would, I believe, disagree that we are witnessing a kind of sea change world-wide right now, that our own budget crisis is not just an American problem but a global problem as well”.

Albanian Minerals President and  said “Technology is interlinking the world like never before. We are both closer and more integrated, at the same time we are sharing problems and disasters and crises together, as one people, one globe”.

Albanian Minerals President  said “This is a great opportunity for human kind; at the same time, we require new leadership which can embrace dynamic change more willingly, with greater cooperation and less conflict and dogmatic adherence to ideology”.
Albanian Minerals President and CEO said ” USA remains the world’s richest large country. It’s generally estimated to have a per capita GDP level around $45,000, while the richest European nations has a $40,000 per capita GDP”

“Wealth underlies America’s sense of itself as a special country, and it’s also cited as evidence that America is better than other economies on a range of variables, from economic freedom to optimism to business savvy to work ethic”.

Albanian Minerals President and CEO  said “World have so much wealth in human and natural resources, food, water, energy, forests, oil, natural gas, coal, silver, gold, metals, cooper, aluminum, iron ore, chrome ore. World have everything we need to have a prosper live for any human in this planet”.
Why world is so poor? Is the leadership

Why big economies like Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom and the United States of America  has failed to help the global economy

  The World  require new leadership which can embrace dynamic global economic change more willingly, with greater global cooperation .
With $3.2 trillion in  foreign exchange reserves China can be a new leader on global economy .

Albanian Minerals

Gold prices may hit $10,000 per ounce in 2025

Albanian Minerals

Sahit Muja: Gold prices may hit $10,000 per ounce in 2025
Global gold production is declining as demand and prices has accelerated
Albanian Minerals CEO  said “Gold prices may hit $10,000 per ounce in 2025 as global population is expected to increase to 8 billion people.

Gold prices has increase from $35 in 1934 to $1616.80 an ounce in July 28, 2011.
If gold prices increase 50% each year the price of one ounce of gold will be $10,000 dollars
The gold prices has increase an average 50 per cent each year since 1934.
Gold is the most important monetary currency throughout the world’s history.
Gold production is declining compered with growing demands. Global gold production was 2500 tonnes in 2010.

The list of countries with gold reserves:
 Albania,  Algeria, Ecuador Korea, Republic  (South) Rwanda . Argentina,  Equatorial Guinea,  Kyrgyzstan,Kosovo.
 Saudi Arabia, Armenia , Eritrea,  Laos,  Senegal , Australia, Ethiopia, Liberia, Serbia ,Belize, Fiji, Madagascar, Sierra Leone.
Benin,m Finland, Malaysia, Slovakia, Bolivia, France, Mali, Solomon, Islands, Botswana, French, Guiana, Mauritania, South Africa.
Brazil, Gabon, Mexico, Spain, Bulgaria, Georgia, Mongolia, Sudan, Burkina, Faso, Ghana, Morocco, Suriname.
Burma (Myanmar), Guatemala, Mozambique, Sweden, Burundi,  Guinea, Namibia, Tajikistan .
Cameroon, Guyana,  New Zealand, Tanzania, Canada, Honduras, Nicaragua, Thailand .
 India, Niger, Turkey, Chad, Indonesia, Nigeria, Uganda, Chile, Iran, Oman, United States .
China, Italy, Papua New Guinea, Uruguay, Colombia, Jamaica, Peru,  Uzbekistan . 
 Japan, Philippines, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Kazakhstan, Poland, Vietnam, Cotd’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Kenya, Romania and Zimbabwe .

China is the world largest gold producer with 350 tons of gold may be produced in 2011.
Australia is the world second largest gold producer with gold production of 255 tonnes in 2010.
Australia remains 20% below its level of production of 1998.

The U.S. production of gold has been declining since 1998 (-37%) until it has stabilized around 230 tonnes in 2011 .
Gold production in South Africa has bee decline.
South Africa  was the world top producer of gold in 2005 but after almost a century of hegemony, its ranking declined to fourth position in 2011.

Gold production in South Africa has decreased by 80% within the last 40 years. 
Russia gold production is about 190 tonnes in 2010.
Gold production in Peru is still below its peak production of 2005 ,208 tons of gold with 170 tonnes of gold produced in 2010.
Indonesia produced 120 tons of gold in 2010, -27% since its peak production in 2006. 
Canada remains well below its level of production of 1990 176 tons of gold with 90 tonnes of gold produced in 2010.

The gold producing countries Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ghana, Kazakhstan, Mali, Mexico, Morocco, Uzbekistan, Papua, Philippines, Tanzania,  account for more than a third of the world gold production in 2010 against less than 10% in 1970.
Albanian Minerals CEO  said “To find new deposits of gold, mining companies must invest more in infrastructure and drill deeper into undeveloped arias to find the last remaining of gold”.

 “Gold prices and demand is expected to increase  from lots of factors, from increase in the world population and the decline of the gold production , from devaluation of currencies and geopolitical problems”.
Sahit Muja, Albanian Minerals
New York

Russia world’s top destination to invest from China’s booming economy.

Albanian Minerals

Sahit Muja: Russia world’s top destination to invest from China’s booming economy.
Albanian Minerals President  said “Russia presents the golden opportunity to invest as demand for energy , minerals, agricultural products are increasing in China.
Albanian Minerals is investing in China and Russia presently and is looking to expend investment’s in Russia”.

Russia is the largest country in the world; Russia is one of the world’s richest countries in raw materials, many of which are significant inputs for an industrial economy. Russia accounts for around 20 percent of the world’s production of oil and natural gas and possesses large reserves of both fuels.
Russia virtually  is self-sufficient in energy and  has  the large-scale exporter of fuels.

Russia possesses rich reserves minerals, iron ore, manganese, coal, chromium, nickel, platinum, titanium, copper, tin, lead, tungsten, diamonds, phosphates, and gold. 
Russian forests of Siberia contain an estimated one-fifth of the world’s timber.

The iron ore deposits of the Kursk Magnetic Anomaly, close to the Ukrainian border in the southwest, are believed to contain one-sixth of the world’s total reserves. Intensive exploitation began there in the 1950s.

The large iron ore deposits are located in the Kola Peninsula, Karelia, south-central Siberia, and the Far East.
The largest copper deposits are located in the Kola Peninsula and the Urals, and lead and zinc are found in North Ossetia.
Russia is one of the top destination to invest in the world thank’s to China’s booming economy.

The Chinese foreign reserves rose to $3.2 trillion. The increase was much larger than economists expected.
 With the reserves of $3.2 trillion China has an advantage to invest largely in energy, metals, and other natural resources.
China has increased c access to oil, natural gas, minerals, all other commodities, and raw materials worldwide.

Chinese power has increased considerably in economy, military, geopolitical, trade and financial affairs. China is indeed one of the world’s greatest power.
China’s economic growth is about 10 percent in 2011. 
China bought record volumes of oil, natural gas, coal, copper, aluminum, gold, ferrochrome, chrome ore and iron ore this year.

The world’s fastest-growing major economy consumes more than a third of the world’s aluminum output, a quarter of its copper production, a tenth of its oil and accounts for more than half of the trading in iron ore.
China is the world’s largest producer of steel and world’s larges consumer of copper, iron ore, aluminum, ferrochrome, chrome ore and nickel.

This year China bought hundreds of billions of dollars worth of iron ore, refined copper, crude oil, aluminum, chrome ore, coal, ferro – chrome, and other commodities.
China has launched its investment policy because of rising demand, economic growth and crippling pressure on its own natural resources.

China is hungry for land, food, energy, and all other natural resources.
Hundreds of billions of dollars are invested presently by China in natural resources in Africa, Australia, Iran, Brazil, Russia, Iraq, Europe, Canada, East Asia, and The US.
 Sahit Muja

Albanian Minerals
New York

China to produce 700 million tons of steel in 2011.

Sahit Muja

Albanian Minerals expect that China to produce 700 million tons of steel in 2011.
Steel prices are up in US.
AK Steel will add a $435 per-ton surcharge to its electrical steel products shipped in June to cover raw material costs.

Ferrochrome prices are now on the rise and demand is increasing. Ferrochrome is used in the production of stainless steel.
Chrome ore is used in the production of ferrochrome
The steel market is improving and steel prices are increasing.

Albanian Minerals President  said that there has been a strong stainless steel production activities in China, India, US, EU, Russia, South Korea, Turkey and Brazil.

Prices of chrome ore are now on the rise and demand is increasing.
Oil , coal and natural gas prices have risen in 2011 this is a big factor for increasing the production costs for steel.

Prices on iron ore, ferrochrome, chrome ore are increasing.
Albanian Minerals expected ferrochrome demand to growth of 20% in 2011.

China’s steel output in 2010 hit a new record of 630 million tons. In 2010, total world crude steel production was 1413.6 million metric tonnes

Investments on infrastructure in China , India, Brazil, EU, US, Japan, Turkey and oil rich countries to surge demand for steel.

Due to the high cost many miners strive to maintain the existing raw material production capacity.

Albanian Minerals is planing to invest more in the production of chrome ore, iron ore and coal to meet growing demand .

South Africa is the worlds largest ferrochrome and chrome ore producer.
South Africa’s electricity and labor costs plus the cost of the oil led to a substantial increase in costs of Ferrochrome and chrome ore production.
Sahit Muja

Albanian Minerals
New York

China become world’s top superpower.

Sahit Muja

Sahit Muja: US argue Obama’s birth certificate as China become worlds’s top superpower.
China has averaged 10 percent growth annually since it embarked on market reforms in 1978.

The remarkable economic growth in China in the last 33 years have changes the landscape of China and the global economy.
Economic growth is not only important to China, it is also becoming increasingly important to the world.

Chinese power has  increased considerably in economy, military, geopolitical, trade and financial affairs.
International Monetary Fund forecasting had predicted  that China will overtake the United States as the world’s largest economy by 2016.

The report said recent International Monetary Fund forecasting had predicted China would surpass US real economic output in the very near future.

The US would remain the world’s biggest market, as the Chinese currency remains heavily undervalued. 

China has been the fastest growing economy in the world over almost three decades, expanding at 10 percent average each year.

China bought record volumes of oil, natural gas, coal, copper, aluminum, gold, ferrochrome, chrome ore and iron ore this year.

The world’s fastest-growing major economy consumes more than a third of the world’s aluminum output, a quarter of its copper production, a tenth of its oil and accounts for more than half of the trading in iron ore.
China is the world’s largest producer of gold, rare earth metals, steel,  coal and copper .

China is the largest producer and consumer of food and agricultural products.
China is the world’s largest pork producer.
China is the largest producer of seafood in the world, supplying 35 percent of total global seafood products.

China has become the world’s largest manufacturing producer.
China is the largest cotton commodities consumer and producer.
China is the largest producer of textile. China became the largest producer of electronic products

China is hungry for land, food, energy, and all other natural resources.
China is  the largest trading partner of :  Russia, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Vietnam, Iran, African continent, South Africa, Angola, Sudan, Libya, Morocco, Cameroon, Ghana, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Cambodia, Bangladesh

 China has the  largest savings – largest middle class  in the world 817 million by early 2010 
China is the largest exporter. China has most Internet users, most mobile users.
China has largest hydroelectricity producer and consumer.

China is largest renewable electricity producer in the world and largest Investor in renewable energy.
China has the largest  wind power installed capacity .

China has largest gambling capital Macao . China is largest passenger car market 
Hundreds of billions of dollars are invested presently by China in natural resources in Africa, Australia, Brazil, Russia, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Qatar, Europe, Canada, East Asia, and US.
China’s government said its foreign exchange reserves soared to a record $3  trillion.

If China invests $3 trillion dollars in the natural resources and energy worldwide, China may be  the world’s largest economy by 2020
sahit Muja
President & CEO
Albanian Minerals
New York

US argue Obama’s birth certificate as China become worlds’s top superpower.

Sahit Muja

Sahit Muja: US argue Obama’s birth certificate as China become worlds’s top superpower.
China has averaged 10 percent growth annually since it embarked on market reforms in 1978.

The remarkable economic growth in China in the last 33 years have changes the landscape of China and the global economy.
Economic growth is not only important to China, it is also becoming increasingly important to the world.

Chinese power has  increased considerably in economy, military, geopolitical, trade and financial affairs.
International Monetary Fund forecasting had predicted  that China will overtake the United States as the world’s largest economy by 2016.

The report said recent International Monetary Fund forecasting had predicted China would surpass US real economic output in the very near future.

The US would remain the world’s biggest market, as the Chinese currency remains heavily undervalued. 

China has been the fastest growing economy in the world over almost three decades, expanding at 10 percent average each year.

China bought record volumes of oil, natural gas, coal, copper, aluminum, gold, ferrochrome, chrome ore and iron ore this year.

The world’s fastest-growing major economy consumes more than a third of the world’s aluminum output, a quarter of its copper production, a tenth of its oil and accounts for more than half of the trading in iron ore.
China is the world’s largest producer of gold, rare earth metals, steel,  coal and copper .

China is the largest producer and consumer of food and agricultural products.
China is the world’s largest pork producer.
China is the largest producer of seafood in the world, supplying 35 percent of total global seafood products.

China has become the world’s largest manufacturing producer.
China is the largest cotton commodities consumer and producer.
China is the largest producer of textile. China became the largest producer of electronic products

China is hungry for land, food, energy, and all other natural resources.
China is  the largest trading partner of :  Russia, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Vietnam, Iran, African continent, South Africa, Angola, Sudan, Libya, Morocco, Cameroon, Ghana, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Cambodia, Bangladesh

 China has the  largest savings – largest middle class  in the world 817 million by early 2010 
China is the largest exporter. China has most Internet users, most mobile users.
China has largest hydroelectricity producer and consumer.

China is largest renewable electricity producer in the world and largest Investor in renewable energy.
China has the largest  wind power installed capacity .

China has largest gambling capital Macao . China is largest passenger car market 
Hundreds of billions of dollars are invested presently by China in natural resources in Africa, Australia, Brazil, Russia, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Qatar, Europe, Canada, East Asia, and US.
China’s government said its foreign exchange reserves soared to a record $3  trillion.

If China invests $3 trillion dollars in the natural resources and energy worldwide, China may be  the world’s largest economy by 2020
sahit Muja
President & CEO
Albanian Minerals
New York

Growing economy in China and U.S is good news for steel and metal prices.

Sahit Muja

Sahit Muja: Growing economy in China and U.S is good news for steel and metal prices.
 
China has pushed global steel production higher by 10% annually on average.
The worldwide total production of steel in 2010 was more than 1.4 billion metric tons, of which more than 600 million metric tons were produced by China.
China’s has become the engine of the world’s economy.

International Monetary Fund forecasting had predicted  that China will overtake the United States as the world’s largest economy by 2016.
The report said recent International Monetary Fund forecasting had predicted China would surpass US real economic output in the very near future.
The US would remain the world’s biggest market, as the Chinese currency remains heavily undervalued. 

China has been the fastest growing economy in the world over almost three decades, expanding at 10 percent average each year.
China bought record volumes of oil, natural gas, coal, copper, aluminum, gold, ferrochrome, chrome ore and iron ore this year.

The world’s fastest-growing major economy consumes more than a third of the world’s aluminum output, a quarter of its copper production, a tenth of its oil and accounts for more than half of the trading in iron ore.
China is the world’s largest producer of gold, rare earth metals, steel,  coal and copper .

China is the largest producer and consumer of food and agricultural products.
China is the world’s largest pork producer.
China is the largest producer of seafood in the world, supplying 35 percent of total global seafood products.
China has become the world’s largest manufacturing producer.

China is the largest cotton commodities consumer and producer.
China is the largest producer of textile. China became the largest producer of electronic products
China is hungry for land, food, energy, and all other natural resources.

China is  the largest trading partner of :  Russia, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Vietnam, Iran, African continent, South Africa, Angola, Sudan, Libya, Morocco, Cameroon, Ghana, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Cambodia, Bangladesh

China has the  largest savings – largest middle class  in the world 817 million by early 2010
China is the largest exporter. China has most Internet users, most mobile users.
China has largest hydroelectricity producer and consumer.

China is largest renewable electricity producer in the world and largest Investor in renewable energy.
China has the largest  wind power installed capacity .
China has largest gambling capital Macao . China is largest passenger car market 

Hundreds of billions of dollars are invested presently by China in natural resources in Africa, Australia, Brazil, Russia, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Qatar, Europe, Canada, East Asia, and US.
China’s government said its foreign exchange reserves soared to a record $3  trillion.
If China invests $3 trillion dollars in the natural resources and energy worldwide, China may be  the world’s largest economy by 2020.

U.S, steel demand and prices has improved in 2011
The global steel sector has seen rising prices in recent months due to a pick-up in global demand and increasing raw materials costs.
Coal, iron ore, ferrochrome and chrome ore prices are up.
 Demand for steel in U.S. is up from automakers, industrial equipment and construction companies.
The U.S business conditions have improved this  year as sales of steel has picked up with the recovering economy.

U.S. factories have increased production for nine months in a row.
Ford  reported its largest first-quarter net income in 13 years as the auto maker benefited from a recovery in the global economy and a larger portfolio of fuel-efficient vehicles and consumers buying a mix of pickup trucks and cars during the first three months of the year.

Automobile sales rose about 20 percent in the first quarter compared with a year ago.
U.S. Steel also has benefited from selling steel pipes to energy companies for oil and gas drilling.
Exploration and production in the energy sector has picked up with rising oil prices.

Sahit Muja
President & CEO
Albanian Minerals
New York

Albanian Minerals projects a record increase in oil, gold, silver and metal prices in 2011.

Sahit Muja

Sahit Muja: Albanian Minerals projects a record increase in  oil, gold, silver and metal prices in 2011. 
 
Silver prices continuing their record  silver  moved up by 2.1 per cent to $ 47.25 an ounce, its highest since 1980.
Gold prices advanced to  $1,512.47 in global markets as a weaker dollar and European debt concerns boosted the metals appeal as an alternative investment. 

The dollar slid to its lowest level since August 2008 against a basket of six major currencies this week on speculation that the US Federal Reserve will be slow to raise borrowing costs.
Crude oil prices climbing above $112.35.
 
The increase oil prices  has been fueled by  inflation fears, growing demand for oil in US, Europe, China and India  and the devaluation of the dollar
 Prices were supported by the weekly stockpile report, which said U.S. inventories dropped by 2.3 million barrels.

Strong infrastructure spending in China, India, Brazil, Japan will be maintained  this  year .

China will continue to lead commodity demand growth.
The public infrastructure spending China , India should boost demand for metals, oil, copper ,coal  gold and silver.

Albanian Minerals  in New York  is receiving a record  new orders for raw minerals, gold, silver, chrome ore, copper, nickel, coal and  iron ore  . 
The world’s economy is expected to grow by five percent in 2011, this growth will boost  oil, gold silver and metal prices.

Sahit Muja
President & CEO
Albanian Minerals