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Energy Bloc Vs. Amerikan Regime - the struggle continues! [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2008-12-2 15:04:54 |Display all floors
Originally posted by satsu_jin at 2008-12-2 12:57


Talking about Cars:

Car sales in Japan have plunged to a 39-year low. New vehicles sold in domestic market fell 27% in November which is the lowest total for this month in 39 years. Sales fo ...



Hmmm, why is it a 27% in sales in Japan cause such a small numbers of layoffs. The Amerikan Regime is quoting 2 million people?
I am trying to figure out how the arrive at those figures.


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Post time 2008-12-2 15:13:20 |Display all floors

I am still figuring out how India finance their imports now...

....Indian exports only around US$80 billion? 25% of that is textiles and garments.

and India's imports, mostly because of crude oil means defisit of US$100 billion in 2007.
and they pay that using US$10 billion in outsourced backoffice, software work (that hires 0.7 million people), fdi worth US$30 - 40 billion, another US$6 billion or so for other services, so India needs to borrow a whole lot of money, some US$ 20 billion? to get that net US$20 billion negative in balance of payments.

how'd are they going to grow if they insist on the "automotive consumption route".


I think India should try to use more RAIL BASED transport, and more pedestrian cityscape.


Otherwise in the future, India will faced tremendous STRESS.
and we know what STRESS does to entire nations..........................WAR LIKE.


no joke!


What are the Indian people thinking to solve this predicament?


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Post time 2008-12-2 15:16:25 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2008-12-2 16:04



Hmmm, why is it a 27% in sales in Japan cause such a small numbers of layoffs. The Amerikan Regime is quoting 2 million people?
I am trying to figure out how the arrive at those figures.

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I believe, not sure though, that the American figures contain ALL affected workers, i.e. including those from the automakers' suppliers whereas the Japanese figures are for the automakers only. Btw, the 30k people who are affected are those, who are employed on part time contracts, whereas there are no lay-offs announced for full time employees. This will only be done in a second step if the crisis deepens.

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Post time 2008-12-2 15:17:37 |Display all floors

In 2008, they foreign funds pull out US$17 billion....

.....compare to the investment of almost US$20 billion in 2007.

so, you see how'd the Rupee lost its value so fast.


it'll be worst for India, when it has BIGGER CRUDE OIL import bill, and Amerikan Regime decides to pull out the outsourcing, restrict the US$ lending....
and India would have nuclear missiles, a nasty 2nd grade navy with a marine projection force.


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Post time 2008-12-2 15:24:04 |Display all floors

Reply #10 satsu_jin's post

That's what we do here in malaya too!

1st step, all the part time workers
2nd step, stop some sub contracting work
3rd step, stop all overtime.
4th step, retrench workers


Retrenching workers is normally last step as "trainned workers" are valuable.

Let's hope China, and rest of Asia prime pumping spending will help in demand.


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Post time 2008-12-2 15:54:10 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2008-12-2 15:24
That's what we do here in malaya too!

1st step, all the part time workers
2nd step, stop some sub contracting work
3rd step, stop all overtime.
4th step, retrench workers


Retrenching wor ...



The HR Minister tells me not the above

so yours are nonsense&rumours

No wonder you are with PKR/RPK the oppositions
What's on your mind now........ooooooooooooooo la la....Kind Regards

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Post time 2008-12-2 16:06:23 |Display all floors

Reply #13 caringhk's post

depends on the industry.

we are talking about industries that a Japanese would understand, not those "no brainer" industry with "skilless" workers


in those "no brainer industries" - assembly industries with little skills
- it's EXPENSIVE LOCAL workers first.
- then the part time local workers
- then the contract foreign workers.
- then the FOREIGN WORKERs.

in that order!

ha ha ha


I am neutral in politics, i only favour the people!


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