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Share Thoughts on the One Belt, One Road Initiative - Part I
Anming 2017-5-12 17:50
- Anming - On weekends, there is a book fair in front of Berlin’s Humboldt University, where used books are sold for a fair price. Whenever I pass by, I get at least one book and most likely it happens to be a book about China. Since my last visit, I am the proud owner of Europe and the Chinese emperors , an essay collection on Sino-European relations from 1240 until 1816. The book under my arm, I continued walking to the Lustgarten, it was most pleasant Sunday-weat ...
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Share Robots and Unemployment
arabchinalover 2017-4-5 12:32
There is no doubt that technology keeps creating more unemployment and making certain people lose their jobs. There are many jobs that are being taken over by robots and automated machines , workers who used to make your shoes are now replaced by robots,assembly lines are controlled by computers which can give commands to robots to assemble cars and other products like noting before , american people are losing their jobs not beacuse of immigrants but because of those automated machines. ...
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Share Know how the world works
HailChina! 2017-3-25 23:55
USA is the leader state of the global community and holder of the reserve currency status. It is USA that designed the post-WW2 economic systems - Bretton Woods Systems and USA continues to control the global economy to this day. USA, as leader state, holder of reserve status and the architect of the post-WW2 systems of monetary management and the rules for commercial and financial relations is ultimately responsible for the state of the world today. The world is the way it is today because of t ...
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Share China’s Development Model: An exquisite transformation from a developing to a d
kraza 2017-3-25 20:16
China’s Development Model: An exquisite transformation from a developing to a d
This report reflects a brief analysis of some prominent economic indicators which have been playing an indispensable role in stabilizing the development of China and gearing up for the challenges being encountered in a competitive ambiance under contemporary globalized economies. Though still the positive effects of frequently mentioned progress are not trickled down completely, but these might be visible by keeping the same pace or even with better strategic planning. The most pr ...
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Share PLEASE JUST STOP THE BLATANT CYNICAL LIES ABOUT DEFICITS AND DEBT
cebes 2017-3-20 09:46
PLEASE JUST STOP THE BLATANT CYNICAL LIES ABOUT DEFICITS AND DEBT
I'm so sick and tired of hearing the term "taxpayer funded" I sent the following in a PM to Chuck Todd (Meet the Press). Because we are one of many monetarily sovereign nations issuing a nonconvertible, fiat currency with a flexible exchange rate and NO DEBT IN A FOREIGN CURRENCY OR ANY OTHER CURRENCY, the following is irrefutable: Mr. Todd, I'm not the only person interested in national economics who finds himself disappointed with your commentary on fiscal policy. As mo ...
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Share Employment in Mato Grosso(Brazil)
mauriciomunhoz 2017-3-20 09:10
Maurício Munhoz is sociologist How do the economic sectors contribute to the composition of the employment profile in Mato Grosso? I will use the ICSM ( ...
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Share The Chinese leadership
wangbeijing 2017-3-13 21:17
The Chinese leadership
China has the second highest GDP in the world. However, the country still can not be considered "developed", due to several factors, mainly because it still has enough poverty. But in some respects China is among the leaders, as in the military and foreign exchange reserves. The United States has a huge debt to China. China is advancing the world with its exports, with the expansion of its banking market and mainly with the export of infrastructure. China's leadership in the BRICS is exercis ...
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Share Eradicating poverty - China dream
jaseminsibo 2017-2-26 02:30
I recently read about China's reiteration on its national dream in eradicating poverty. This is a common battle cry amongst all nations, from 3rd world to developed countries. In my humble opinion, devising a 'blanket' or 'one-size-fits-all' approach will not work due to the reasons below (non-exhaustive):- 1. China's sheer size in land mass and distinctly unique provinces makes it impossible to absorb a generic policy in eliminating poverty. 没有两个雪花是相同的. 2. To eliminate poverty ...
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Share Brightest Future of Bangladeshi Economy
Wazed 2017-2-12 21:33
Bangladesh, a south-east Asian sovereign country which has glorious history and pride. The country with excellent geographic position, natural beauties, huge manpower and some potential sectors even can outweigh some current global giants. Different scholars, researchers and economists has been uttering about the potentiality of the Bangladesh's economy. Recently, PricewaterhouseCoopers, a multinational professional services network headquartered in London found that riding on s ...
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Share The Chinese railroad in Brazil
munhozmauricio 2017-2-10 21:27
China's Prime Minister Li Keqiang was in Brazil in 2015 and has signed several bilateral trade agreements. Among them, one created a lot of expectation, especially in the state of Mato Grosso (the largest Brazilian soybean producer), which was the construction of the "bioceanica" railroad, which would leave the Atlantic Ocean, pass through Mato Grosso and reach the Pacific Ocean, in Peru. Unfortunately the agreement has not been successful, at least until now. And even more unfortunately, ...
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