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  1. En los últimos 35 años, el poderoso modelo de crecimiento de China produjo avances extraordinarios en materia de crecimiento económico y desarrollo. Pero acelerar la implementación del cambio de producción a consumo será esencial para que el país pueda mantener su rumbo y evite caer en la trampa de los ingresos medios. Eso demandará resolver la desconexión entre el cambio estructural hacia los servicios y las normas de conducta de las que en definitiva dependen los hábitos de gasto de la población china.
    https://www.project-syndicate.org/com...h-by-stephen-s--roach-2015-11/spanish
    por juanr (2015-11-27)
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  2. Sí, el titular dice lo que dice: compra esta revista, y te regalamos con ella un ordenador. Un ordenador que viene pegado en la portada, que despegas, conectas a los periféricos correspondientes, y funciona perfectamente. Y que, si lo quieres adquirir por separado, te costará cinco dólares. Es el PiZero, el nuevo modelo que la Raspberry Pi Foundation ha lanzado hoy, más potente que su primer modelo. No está fabricado en China, sino en Gales, con el propósito de llevar a lo mínimo posible el precio de un ordenador.
    http://www.enriquedans.com/2015/11/cu...-viene-de-regalo-con-una-revista.html
    por juanr (2015-11-26)
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    http://www.scmp.com/infographics/arti...e/1810040/infographic-world-languages
    por juanr (2015-06-08)
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    http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/0...usa-china-space-idUSKBN0LM22O20150218
    Tags: , , por arriazu (2015-02-21)
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    http://www.cnet.com/uk/news/worlds-fi...artment-building-constructed-in-china
    Tags: por arriazu (2015-01-21)
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  6. “una civilización que desde hace siglos está convencida de haber logrado la perfección en sus realizaciones materiales está condenada a seguir repitiendo las mismas pautas una y otra vez”
    http://www.guerrasposmodernas.com/2014/industria-china-ultima-etapa
    Tags: , , por arriazu (2014-10-07)
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  7. I don’t think you’re using the word “socialism” properly. “Socialism” just refers to collective ownership of the means of production. The USSR was not a nice or just socialist society, and it’s not the form of socialism any decent socialist would advocate today, but it was a form of socialism.

    However, if you insist on saying that the USSR, Cambodia, China, etc., were not socialist because they don’t match the moral ideal of a socialist society, keep in mind that this same move is available to capitalists. If you complain about bad behavior or injustice you see in real-world commercial societies, I can just respond, “Oh, that’s not real capitalism, because that kind of thing would never happen in the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Village.”
    http://bleedingheartlibertarians.com/2014/10/thats-not-real-socialism
    por arriazu (2014-10-03)
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    https://news.vice.com/article/wholl-w...ine-maybe-china?utm_source=vicenewsfb
    Tags: , por arriazu (2014-08-30)
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  9. 1. Shifting Opinion. In the 1990s, he says, offshoring was fashionable. “Made in the USA” was not. For a manufacturer to be regarded well by important commercial partners (retailers, for example), it helped to look to offshore production even for small cost savings.

    2. Customer Encouragement. Related to Point 1, Wal-Mart recently expressed its new preference to Kent. The big retailer enouraged the bike maker to shift some production to the United States. Wal-Mart’s encouragement gave Kent the confidence to press ahead.

    3. Foreign Demand. International business is doing so well that Kent expects to be able to sell all of its current overseas production outside the United States. Therefore, this shift in production will not subtract production from overseas. Instead, U.S. production is the alternative to an overseas increase.

    4. Cost. Cost of labor in China is increasing. The difference between U.S. and Chinese labor cost is not as great as it once was.

    5. Worker Commitment. Mr. Kamler found what he regards as a serious attitude toward production-floor work in Clarendon, South Carolina. Many of the workers he observed were single mothers basing their families’ livelihoods on this work. By contrast, he has noted what he views as an increasingly “apathetic” attitude among personnel in overseas facilities. He cites the distraction of cell phone use by production employees as a significant problem.

    6. State Competition. State governments recognize the value of manufacturing and are pursuing manufacturing facilities. New Jersey and South Carolina competed for Kent’s plant. Part of the winning offer from South Carolina was the commitment to train Kent’s workers for free.
    http://www.mmsonline.com/blog/post/why-reshore(2)
    Tags: por arriazu (2014-08-28)
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    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-08...banks-to-clear-yuan-in-frankfurt.html
    Tags: , , por arriazu (2014-08-28)
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