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#150 Sep 13, 2013
AAA wrote:
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I honestly don't think one can compare a developed economy like Sweden to a developing economy like China. China has its own competitive advantage which is vastly different to Swedish. A good policy maker or management should always try to utilise its competitive advantage to drive growth. For the last 30 years since 1979, I think China has really hit all the right keys on its advantages, while many of the developed nations seem to have run out of ideas.
Yes but MNCs lke Volvo and Nokia depend on high skilled brains within their territories, and as they get bigger their skill sets are thinned out and mostly preoccupid by logistics and bureaucracy that they fail to continue the innovating and improvements.

China has had only one advantage, cheap skill labor force or be it low prductive labor force. Had they hit all the 'right keys' they would be the giant 2nd or 3rd largest economy high with a high living standard and an innovative SME sector.
satish

Hyderabad, India

#151 Sep 13, 2013
chiese are the worst people that this world has not seen they are like pigs and support terrprist countries like pakistan
harish

Hyderabad, India

#152 Sep 13, 2013
this chinese pigs are the latest devils of the world america russia ,india japan israel etc join hands and estroy this nation of hijackers technological xeroxer they are the supporters of pakistan leader of world terrorists .

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#154 Sep 14, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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They want the market in the developing world to firstly give them a new market, or be it one with lower purchasing power, in order to strenghthern their hold on existing market shares or solidify anew their efforts to capture new markets in the developed world where their assets are protected from tyrants, bad public press and have relative stability.
Look at google, they basically own a huge and very important market share in the west, that is why they are able to pull out of China and not even feel it.
You are blowing hot air out of your ass, without engaging your peasized brain.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#155 Sep 14, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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Yes but MNCs lke Volvo and Nokia depend on high skilled brains within their territories, and as they get bigger their skill sets are thinned out and mostly preoccupid by logistics and bureaucracy that they fail to continue the innovating and improvements.
China has had only one advantage, cheap skill labor force or be it low prductive labor force. Had they hit all the 'right keys' they would be the giant 2nd or 3rd largest economy high with a high living standard and an innovative SME sector.
So basically you are saying the superior Swedish/Scandinavian management mama papa shop owner that is no good for being multinationals, right? That being said, what are they so superior about dummy?!&#12288;&#12288 ;Every Chinese is a Mama Papa shop owner in Southeast Asian countries.
AAA

London, UK

#156 Sep 14, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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So basically you are saying the superior Swedish/Scandinavian management mama papa shop owner that is no good for being multinationals, right? That being said, what are they so superior about dummy?!&#12288;&#12288 ;Every Chinese is a Mama Papa shop owner in Southeast Asian countries.
I thought Mamas & Papas is a UK based baby products company, not Scandinavian. Yes, they are keen to get into Chinese market.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#157 Sep 14, 2013
AAA wrote:
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I thought Mamas & Papas is a UK based baby products company, not Scandinavian. Yes, they are keen to get into Chinese market.
Not the mama and papa shop but Mama and Papa shops

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#158 Sep 15, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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You are blowing hot air out of your ass, without engaging your peasized brain.
Now look at my post that you replied to and then look at yours. Does everyone who has been blming for using being rude seeing this? You are just being rude and I warning you to stop your meaningless out bursts of verbal corniness otherwise I will be forced to retaliate and trust me, I have been soft on you thus far, I can turn up the gears and send you crying back to your cave in the rice paddy.

If you act like filth you will get treated likewise

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#159 Sep 15, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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So basically you are saying the superior Swedish/Scandinavian management mama papa shop owner that is no good for being multinationals, right? That being said, what are they so superior about dummy?!&#12288;&#12288 ;Every Chinese is a Mama Papa shop owner in Southeast Asian countries.
Boy are you dumb. These companies become multinations based on their innovation and skill, so their not a daddy and mummy operation. Nokia, Volve, Electrolux, Ericsson, H&m, Legos, Ikea and Angry birds? Have you ever heard of these small daddy and mummy shops before?

Hahaha, thats why I say that you clearly know very little, a typical shop owner even in Mexico has a better life than one in China and BTW, I am sure not everyone in China is a shop owner, I lived in China for 2 years, my father has a company that still operates there.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#160 Sep 15, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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Now look at my post that you replied to and then look at yours. Does everyone who has been blming for using being rude seeing this? You are just being rude and I warning you to stop your meaningless out bursts of verbal corniness otherwise I will be forced to retaliate and trust me, I have been soft on you thus far, I can turn up the gears and send you crying back to your cave in the rice paddy.
If you act like filth you will get treated likewise
You say things without the least common sense and expecting others to do the research and correct you, that doesn't get my respect and you deserve every rudeness you were given

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#161 Sep 15, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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Boy are you dumb. These companies become multinations based on their innovation and skill, so their not a daddy and mummy operation. Nokia, Volve, Electrolux, Ericsson, H&m, Legos, Ikea and Angry birds? Have you ever heard of these small daddy and mummy shops before?
Hahaha, thats why I say that you clearly know very little, a typical shop owner even in Mexico has a better life than one in China and BTW, I am sure not everyone in China is a shop owner, I lived in China for 2 years, my father has a company that still operates there.
Yea but you were the one who said "the most scandinavian MNCs tend to fade into the market shares they take becoming to big to change fast and innovative", again you forgot what you said in your previous posts

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#162 Sep 16, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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Yea but you were the one who said "the most scandinavian MNCs tend to fade into the market shares they take becoming to big to change fast and innovative", again you forgot what you said in your previous posts
Yes but that doesn't mean they are are not more were they come from, they serve their purpose for a while and then comes another better and more innovative bunch........EDUCATION

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#163 Sep 16, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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You say things without the least common sense and expecting others to do the research and correct you, that doesn't get my respect and you deserve every rudeness you were given
I don't want it, but I have proved you on so many points yet this ghana thing that wasn't even the point is all you can hold against me, pathetic illiterate.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#164 Sep 16, 2013
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I don't want it, but I have proved you on so many points yet this ghana thing that wasn't even the point is all you can hold against me, pathetic illiterate.
Kept saying you "proved many points" doesn't mean you actually did, they are actually your illusion

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#165 Sep 16, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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I don't want it, but I have proved you on so many points yet this ghana thing that wasn't even the point is all you can hold against me, pathetic illiterate.
You tried hard to give people the impression that you are "smart, professional, an economist", when you have no evidence or solid proof, you started to just say you are smart, and that you "proved many points" while you didn't prove anything. You try too hard to impress people which shows your internal lack of confidence and people see the opposite of what you want them to see.

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#166 Sep 17, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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You tried hard to give people the impression that you are "smart, professional, an economist", when you have no evidence or solid proof, you started to just say you are smart, and that you "proved many points" while you didn't prove anything. You try too hard to impress people which shows your internal lack of confidence and people see the opposite of what you want them to see.
My point, the one you keep running away from is that there even AFRICAN COUNTRIES which have higher living standards than China. That means that China is dirty poor and basically a shitty place to live in if you are not in the government because no African country is considered as an OKAY country.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#167 Sep 17, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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My point, the one you keep running away from is that there even AFRICAN COUNTRIES which have higher living standards than China. That means that China is dirty poor and basically a shitty place to live in if you are not in the government because no African country is considered as an OKAY country.
I never said China is the best place to live on earth dummy, if you dislike China that much why did you choose to live in China for two years? Can't get a job in your own country? Hahahaha, plus there is dirt poor Europeans too, so big fucking deal! At least Chinese are swamping Europe and America and buying up your properties and spent the most money amongst tourists from around the world. I don't see no Norwegian tourists spending money anywhere like the Chinese do.

Since: Nov 10

Xuchang, China

#169 Sep 17, 2013
dreadman82 wrote:
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My point, the one you keep running away from is that there even AFRICAN COUNTRIES which have higher living standards than China. That means that China is dirty poor and basically a shitty place to live in if you are not in the government because no African country is considered as an OKAY country.
hm, your peasant style english is really worse. bad comprehend.
no one said that africa is at higher living standard tha China.

but do you know south africa? where is it? eh?

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#170 Sep 19, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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I never said China is the best place to live on earth dummy, if you dislike China that much why did you choose to live in China for two years? Can't get a job in your own country? Hahahaha, plus there is dirt poor Europeans too, so big fucking deal! At least Chinese are swamping Europe and America and buying up your properties and spent the most money amongst tourists from around the world. I don't see no Norwegian tourists spending money anywhere like the Chinese do.
China is a great place to live if you are just starting your career and you are European or American, but for a career its a deadend game unless you are a lawyer.

I didn't say I hate China, I have many friends who are mainlander Chinese. I hate dumb stupidity and unfortunately there is a huge surplus of that on the mainland due to your bad education, this is seen by your posts, New China's posts, Uncle Fagos posts(I am pretty sure you are Fago or just suffer from the same disease he does) and those of the idiot known as AZN.

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#171 Sep 19, 2013
dzhou wrote:
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I never said China is the best place to live on earth dummy, if you dislike China that much why did you choose to live in China for two years? Can't get a job in your own country? Hahahaha, plus there is dirt poor Europeans too, so big fucking deal! At least Chinese are swamping Europe and America and buying up your properties and spent the most money amongst tourists from around the world. I don't see no Norwegian tourists spending money anywhere like the Chinese do.
70.25 million Chinese tourists travelled abroad in 2011, that from a population of 1.3bn, that is 5.3% Chinese travelling abroad every year by Norwegian tourists is about US$20.2 billion and you are talking about a population of about 5,4million. Not bad right?

Oh, UNWTO says that by calculating total spend by number of trips, Chinese travelers averaged a spend of $1,230 per trip. That sounds like Chinese people very Cheapo.

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