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Post time 2017-6-18 16:17:40 |Display all floors
That's China enemy main strength in precision motor control, miniaturized motors, small distance movement control.

That's one area china needs to attack, be good at something it's enemy is good at.

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Post time 2017-6-19 04:09:39 |Display all floors
Especially motor that control movement in step size of micron.

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Post time 2017-6-19 14:15:57 |Display all floors
seems u r interested in Drive-Tech
some day Jiangsu will rule China

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Post time 2017-6-26 12:56:50 |Display all floors
Takata is a bad example.

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Post time 2017-6-26 16:34:44 |Display all floors
I don't see your point...
Perhaps some 20 years ago, NOT today...
Just some info regarding the Japs...


Toshiba Corp.(TOSYY)  the industrial giant whose businesses employed roughly 190,000 people around the world said massive cost overruns at its U.S.nuclear division would blow a $6.3 billion hole in its finances.  
Pouring money into the nuclear power industry by buying U.S. firm Westinghouse Electric...
Westinghouse has filed for bankruptcy, and Toshiba has warned that its own survival is in doubt.
Toshiba said in April that it is in doubt about its ability to stay alive, saying the loss for the year ending in March could hit $9 billion.
Its troubled U.S. subsidiary Westinghouse Electric filed for bankruptcy last month, and will eventually be removed from the Japanese company's books leaving a lot of blood.
Toshiba owed creditors $13 billion at the end of last year..
They needed money and they sold Toshiba's crown jewel for $6 billion) last year, hoping the sale would help the core businesses of nuclear power plants and flash memory chips...
Now, them units are also on the butchers block.
Toshiba is accepting bids for its prized memory chips business, hoping to bring in at least $18 billion.

Toshiba Corp. shares surged to the highest level of the year Monday in Tokyo after the group cut a deal to limit its exposure to its U.S. nuclear division and reports that    Western Digital Corp.  (WDC) will increase its bid for the troubled group's flash memory unit...
  Toshiba said last Saturday that it reached an agreement with Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Co. to pay around $3.7 billion to complete two nuclear reactors that were first constructed with the group's now bankrupt U.S. energy division.
Shares were given a further boost by a report from Reuters which said WDC would increase its bid for Toshiba's memory division to around $18 billion, in conjunction with the the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan, before Toshiba's self-imposed mid-June deadline to select a preferred bidder.

Toshiba needs to secure a sale for its semiconductor unit, the world's biggest maker of NAND memory chips, in order to raise cash to satisfy the billions it must pay to its U.S. creditors as a result of the chapter 11 filing of Westinghouse earlier this year.

Western Digital is a holding in Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS Charitable Trust Portfolio.

And still kissing asss ...
Ohh dear

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Post time 2017-6-26 16:39:50 |Display all floors

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Post time 2017-6-26 19:16:27 |Display all floors
Japanese companies once ruled, today they make headlines for their problems not their products.

Japan’s airbag giant Takata says it filed for bankruptcy protection..
“At a board meeting on June 26, our company decided to begin procedures in filing for bankruptcy protection,” it said, adding that the court had accepted the filing.

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