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Post time 2007-4-29 00:52:06 |Display all floors
Originally posted by caringhk at 2007-4-25 10:11



When ALL are cheap,

CHINA helps the world reduce inflation by 0.5%!!!



This is going to last forever. Their government has already taken actions to trim their dependency on export growth in favor of domestic growth. In the long run, the global economy will be dictated by supply and demand, not just by political pressure.

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Post time 2007-4-29 04:57:50 |Display all floors

Yup China's cheap goods help the world a lot

Yes according to World bank, China's cheap goods help to reduce world inflation a lot, and help countries such as Japan out of economic recession of the 90s, and again it is the chinese cheap goods that help asian countries to recover quickly from the asian financial crisis, help to keep their inflation down during the rainy days.  But this is not gonna last forever since we are all witnessing that China is already paying her attention to Cars, high speed trains and other high tech sector, and she is also slowly appreciating the currency and this is seen as the first step to turn the economy into a market driven economy and not a export oriented one. But on the other hand, China's economy is also one of the reason for the increase in oil prices due to high demand. Well but as we can see there are more pros than cons for a healthy growth of Chinese economy.

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Post time 2007-4-30 09:55:05 |Display all floors
Originally posted by nz0324 at 2007-4-29 00:42
Folks, don't listen to the fools.

Chinese goods are of good quality and cheap.

I have seen lots people in europe using China branded wireless modems.

BTW, under the european patent laws,  ...


we have a factory(EU) producing smart chip cards in WUXI!!!

So one can see China has the ability to do flexibilities!!!

Cheers to China.
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Post time 2007-4-30 09:56:47 |Display all floors
Originally posted by dluong at 2007-4-29 04:57
Yes according to World bank, China's cheap goods help to reduce world inflation a lot, and help countries such as Japan out of economic recession of the 90s, and again it is the chinese cheap goods ...


YES, help as many people as possible to get rich as quickly as possible.

Looking for high quality cars,mobile,etc is a reward by being Rich!!!
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Post time 2007-5-21 12:35:52 |Display all floors

Reply #39 caringhk's post

I think China Daily Biz section just reported "Major Market share" in Car Filters!

Step by Step...


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Post time 2007-5-22 15:36:41 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2007-5-21 12:35
I think China Daily Biz section just reported "Major Market share" in Car Filters!

Step by Step...


Green Dragon



YES, yes....quality improving.......


i read Qeely/Cherry cars are now NUMBER 1 in MARKET share.............

Do you know Sinopec lubricants are available NOW in Malaysia.....???
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Post time 2007-5-22 18:08:25 |Display all floors
Originally posted by caringhk at 2007-4-30 09:55


we have a factory(EU) producing smart chip cards in WUXI!!!

So one can see China has the ability to do flexibilities!!!

Cheers to China.

CHEERS TO CARING..
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