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Alphar Forensics In Business Of International Conflict Resolution And Business Security.
Alphar Forensics has developed a reputation amongst international business people fraught with trouble shooting situations that seem intractable. Uncover plan to sink the Chinese economy by manipulation of U.S. currency exchange and interest rates.
By: Elsinore Times
Alphar Forensics has been credited with uncovering fraudsters who stole sixteen million from a hospital bank account and sought to spend the plunder while on their escape in a luxury yacht to Fiji—not to mention the hidden plan to sink the Chinese economy by the manipulation of U.S. currency exchange and interest rates. China has overcapacity in just about every sector of its economy, and the government's massive stimulus isn't working. Alphar Forensics says China is simply covering things up with faulty statistics.
Alphar Forensics has also reported on the hazardous condition of high-rise steel buildings.
Aranya Rachawong was responsible for uncovering another milk-powder crisis when hired to source scarce milk product from multinationals such as Fonterra--as a food supply for a large hungry country.
Our Elsinore Times reporter may have uncovered one of the Alphar secrets when she read the book HILLARY (ISBN 0978602404, ref, www,alpharpublish.com)
But the mystery is yet to be solved: Elsinore Times is continuing to study this company and its jet-setting staff—some of whom are involved in the financing of the pre-production movie, “GHETTO CRUISING,” about the kidnapping and ransom of a priest who had infiltrated a crime-ring in California--the same crime ring that Alphar has been investigating in Australia and Thailand and which is involved in the sex trade, the drug industry, and counterfeit money. Alphar may be the darling of insurance adjustors and businesses in crisis, but it is certainly not a company that the underworld is comfortable with.
Natalie Hotta, Editor, Elsinore Times.