The Sino-Syndicate

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China Tests the Boundaries of Frontier Financing

For 39 unlucky men, there would never be anything saintly about Maria nor would Christmas be the most wonderful time of the year. The beginning of the end started with their boss having worked the seas since the tender age of 14. Being in the Christmas spirit on the eve of Christ’s birth in the year 1492, Capitán Columbus decided to gift another young enterprising sailor his first turn at the wheel. As the crew slumbered, the Santa Maria drifted onto a bank and heeled over. Call that the briefest stint at the helm in the history of seafaring.

 

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Danielle DiMartino Booth is CEO and Director of Intelligence at Quill Intelligence

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