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        Paginationxvi, 50 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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His new book is titled. Meanwhile, the Japanese government has to encourage Japanese companies to diversify away from China. But not everyone is able to retool their workforce so easily.

The South Korean tech giant Samsung has. Tesla took advantage of the change to become the first foreign car maker to have a wholly owned factory in China and started to deliver cars made in its Shanghai plant this year.

Disillusionment among young migrant workers is proving a major recruitment challenge for smaller companies.

China is leapfrogging the world when it comes to the environment

You see, manufacturing employment for instance peaked at 1 million in New York City in 1947 when it was still the 1 manufacturing locale in the United States. Indeed, missed by the overnight protectionists who populate the Trump administration and others who cheer its protectionism on from the outside in order to curry favor is that for actual American businesses operating in the world of profit and loss, China represents huge opportunity for them.

Also, the earlier resumption of industrial activity has allowed domestic exporters to gain market share while most other countries are still in varying states of lockdown. Stricter regulations on fintech firms will help reduce systemic risks, even if they slow down innovation.

imposed tariffs on Chinese goods. China is well on its way to leapfrogging the rest of the world in everything to do with a cleaner environment.

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