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Reply #41 baofeng's post
don't be a DORK, Mr. Baofeng!|
You can only automate processes if there is sufficient production scale.
Most of the labour intensive operations has been moved to China, Vietnam - Your odd bolts, nuts, screw, and the great deal of assemblies, wire harness etc.
Like the USA, Japan, Germany, France has moved a lot of the "labour intensive" components to Asia.
Only then you can do some automation, and that depends on SCALE.
As for AUTOMOBILE OWNERSHIP in China.
It's not a big issue, just a matter of LOGICAL MENTAL PROCESSES.
If your vehicle average 1.5T, runs 20,000km a year at 15km/litre - you could have 1.5T of crude oil x 600 mil = 900 mil tonnes or 18 million barrel of oil a day to supply.
All Chinese family will have 1 or 2 vehicles.
Not a insurmountable problem! Public Transport produces a lower per capita income - by the way - unless you FAKE the datas - inflate the retail price of petrol, diesel or electricity like in Japan, Korea, Germany or Europe in general.
[ Last edited by greendragon at 2011-7-27 11:11 AM ]