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Post time 2010-3-16 11:26:31 |Display all floors

Toillet paper ................

If we all think alike, ... then nobody is thinking.

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Post time 2010-3-16 16:57:55 |Display all floors
Originally posted by packapaca at 2010-3-16 11:26



Yeah,they must use a lot coz you can`t find any going to a public toilet in China^^

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Post time 2010-3-16 17:43:05 |Display all floors

Yeah, our Chinese tourguide carried emergency .........

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.......... supply wherever we went.
If we all think alike, ... then nobody is thinking.

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Post time 2010-3-17 12:48:54 |Display all floors

Tea consumption BOB is Turkey? =2.5kg, UK = 2.1kg.

While China's consumption according to the Google Search Engine is 0.6kg! Amazing! I thought China was No.1 in Tea! Wow!

So, here goes....(i use 2gm per cuppa)

1.3 billion x 2.5 kg =1,250 cups x Rmb 2 = Rmb 3,250 billion!

Hmmm! It seems we need 6.5 kg per capita in rich states, UK = coffee + tea = 6.5kg... Caffeine fix is vital in modern state, keep people calm, sedated and happy!

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Post time 2010-3-17 13:13:46 |Display all floors

Couldn't get total noodle consumption in the google search! So, Instant noodle!

Instant noodle consumption in the BEST OF THE BEST is Korea = 70 packer per citizen! China only achieve 33 packets per capita!

so, here goes....

1.3 billion x 70 packets x Rmb 2 = Rmb 182 billion!

so small, but just using my own observation, it's more like 1 servings a day, or 350 servings of noodles per capita! And prepared food in Food court, Restaurant, Home is more valueable - at least Rmb 10 (average for China, Japan, Korea,Taiwan, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Malaya and Singapore)

1.3 billion x 350 servings x Rmb 10 = Rmb 4,550 billion!

Now, this does not need any help from foreigners! This is a traditional product of the NEW MIDDLE KINGDOM. It's a COLLOSAL business in the New Middle Kingdom. Nestle investments would produce much of such products, so would it's competitors like Lam Soon, Yeo, etc.

OH! Coca Cola announced investments of Rmb 2 billion in Malayan Central, near Minang populated region in Nilai Industrial Town, Central Malaya! Maybe R & D for more types of drinks that is favoured in the New Middle Kingdom! Watchthis developments! F & N also announced investment of Rmb 5 billion in Dairy, Bottle or Packet Drinks to compete!

MEGA business! Come to where the action is! Come to China! and if you need a window to test in a highly competitiveenviroment or access the commodities needed, try MALAYA CENTRAL!


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Post time 2010-3-18 13:39:32 |Display all floors
You're still hoarders not spenders arn't you ?

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Post time 2010-3-18 15:52:19 |Display all floors

Reply #27 Karma2U's post

Does it really matter?

Hoarder or Spender in the current financial global architecture!
Money can be minted, Credit can be grown.....
Value of money can be reduce by increasing money supply....

An empire or club such as the BRITISH CLUB or the AMERICAN EMPIRE have low population and excessive commodity, energy and minereal wealth......

can be a more MERCHANDISE CONSUMPTION society, while NATIONs that needs to import the raw material needs to be hoarders so that they can buy the commodities their society lacks!


It's that easy!

China can be both, as she has the commodity except cost of access to domestic minereal, commodity or energy could be high, so it may be cheaper to import. China MIGHT still needs to be a hoarder until a further notice....


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