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As long as China develope its own technology and its market then US containment [Copy link] 中文

Post time 2013-4-9 06:20:16 |Display all floors
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With the amount of USD, EUD and Yen being printed, there will be enough cash in the world to consume Chinese product.

The challenge for China crucially are the qualitative and technological factors. As long as Chinese products carry consumer value, are affordable and competitive (not just price but quality as well), there is a good chance to perpetuate exports. in the technological field, China needs to become technogically independent not technologically dependent. What China needs to be cautious of are her immediate neighbours. As China builds her economy, she cannot push her neighbours into oblivion especially that of Asean and Central Asia. While China can become the economic hub for Asia, she will need to help ensure that Asean's development is close to her's. 2 billion population is about 28% of the world's market. But it isn't helpful if Asean is impoverished. Its bad for regional politics and regional economics. Insitutionalising some of China-Asean co-operation and having more institutionalised research, implementation and monitoring bodies can help the entire region to grow. Apart from quality and technology, Chinese Yuan and banking needs more sophistication minus the risks that come with them. Increasing international use of Yuan for trade is of paramount importance.

As for India, part of BRICS with China, India too needs growth. Working with China, India will be able to influence the world economy rather than going on her own or with the US. Its common sense togehter with China, the China-India base offers about 36% of the world's consumers. So India and China have plenty of good reasons to co-operate rather than to destroy one another.

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Post time 2013-4-9 13:11:09 |Display all floors
rubbish! Mr. Big

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Post time 2013-4-9 16:20:55 |Display all floors
Hopefully China can gain the world's trust again and avoid government-owned tech companies to use backdoors in their systems.

We will see.

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Post time 2013-4-10 09:01:26 |Display all floors
Don't worry at the end of the day protectionism kills. Companies suffering genuine discrimination such as Huawei should be more determined to outstrip its rivals. Assuming that they can and USA remains stubbornly protectionist, Huawei should sharpen their game plans. Huawei must first adopt the mentality that it is above the USA. Without this mentality Huawei remains a psychology hostage of USA - precisely why USA is playing this game. USA is trying to make Huawei feel incomplete by not giving Huawei its blessing, so as to make Huawei incomplete to the eyes of the world. Surely many Governments Ex-USA in this world have non-politically motivated economic sense than USA's. Besides it won't be a straight road into USA even if USA doesn't create this sort of ruckus. Its a question of how Huawei projects its image and power as an independent highly capable solution provider. Huawei should continue to pursue interests in USA as it pursues those outside but make each one and collectively looks like the USA is exercising non-sensible irrational politically motivated acts. Huawei if it already has centres all over the world should help new start ups both hailing from China and also those in Asean, Australia and Europe. Huawei can hold about 30% equity interests in these start ups. It doesn't matter helping a competitor up. A legion of associates with Huawei as leader of the pack can be powerful if Huawei knows how to exercise such advanatge. As to expertise in the USA, Huawei can encourage their founders and developers to establish their bases outside USA. It really doesn't make sense for people to set up bases in USA any more. When a Government doesn't make economically sensible solution any more but only makes political driven one, it will destroy its own economy sooner or later. Bermuda, England, Switzerland etc. where free trade can still be found should be good for business bases. Jointly develop new products with Huawei and re-export it back to USA, they still make the money!

It may appear that USA is attempting strategic discrediting of China. From currency to trade to technology, it seems China can do no right. USA is likely go deeper into this path - on its own. Even little kids in a corner of a backward country can tell USA is beginning to play unfair, going back on its words of free trade when the environment doesn't serve its interest any longer. So it is really up to China to shape itself up and table evidence of unfair USA mentality. If USA is prepared to push down competition the unfair way it certainly will do the same to India, Brazil and Russia. Even Japan and Germany will not be spared. Japanese should be conscious - they are the only country in this entire world to be nuke, they were forced into currency revaluation etc. Germany has always been on watch. France espaced because it embraced USA which means the French are not as free as they make themselves out to be. They have to hide under the umbrella of USA.

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