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cmknight Post time: 2019-8-19 00:24
If forced tech transfers are a lie, why did the Chinese government take steps to make them illegal, ...
Please act your age, and stop playing fast and loose with facts.
I have to tell you that a Nordic company which produces products that are of great strategic importance to China has multiple plants running in China, which are all wholly-owned by a Nordic consortium, and it is still building new ones. Now that company is among the top 3 actors in its business sphere in China, boasting a market share of 8%...
(To clue you in on how important the products are to a country's economy, I would like to tell you a true story from that company's biography: towards the end of WWII, the allied forces singled out a town in Southern Germany where companies making that particular products concentrated, and bombarded it nonstop for an extended period of time, because if the Allies could wipe out the production of it, the whole industry in Germany would grind to a halt. The bombers from the UK airbases were met with fierce anti-craft flak by the German troops who were defending the factories tooth and nail, and on one mission, only half of the 300 allies' bombers made it back safely. )
The same goes with loads of prominent multinational companies like Siemens, ABB, Voith... the list goes on and on, they make a mint in China, and they don't have to transfer anything.
You are very ill-informed, my funny, old, fruitcake, or you never bother to learn ...