AI for geopolitics and economic movements coming with OBOR 4.0

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China and re-globalisation: Strategies for Africa

As indicated earlier, it is not in the interest of the large economies such as China and the United States to promote beneficiation in Africa. What is to their strategic advantage is for Africa to produce and sell raw materials to them while they sell refined and value-added goods to the continent. Beneficiation will happen in Africa despite these rich nations. Africa is on her own with respect to the value addition agenda!

As Steve Biko correctly taught us: “Black man (and woman), you are on your own.”

OBOR and Europe

Compared to developing countries and countries in Southeast Asia, where China has set up the Asian Universities Alliance, and in Central Asia and North Africa where new research centres and institutions have been launched such as a new China studies centre in Astana, Kazakhstan, and a joint institute between China’s Ningxia University and Morocco’s University of Hassan, higher education and research cooperation with Europe under the OBOR banner is still discussed in terms of ‘potential’.

Struggling Western middle class

Today’s multipolar world mirrors the vast development of emerging markets, fuelled by supportive demographics and the benefits that economic globalization brings. At the same time, it also reflects the relative decline of the middle class in developed markets.

According to a 2015 report by the Pew Research Center, 61% of US adults lived in middle-income households in 1971, with the remaining 39% living in upper and lower-income households. In 2015, the two groups were equal at 50% each 

A multipolar world brings back the national champions 

As a result, economic policy in the West has become tilted toward more fiscal policy and protectionism. The newly elected governments’ key objective is to support their domestic economy through job creation and wage increases at home, and potential regulation or taxation of certain sectors or industries. In developed markets, for example, this takes the form of more restrictions for foreign companies seeking access to domestic markets and/or greater support for domestic companies to raise their competitiveness, for instance via corporate tax cuts.


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Chinese mantra of win-win co-operation makes political and economic sense

The Western model of organising society is on the ropes. The shortcomings of democracy fuel the rise of populism. The weaknesses of a liberal market economy have increased poverty and inequality. What then are the viable alternatives to stem problems of late capitalism? Which model should Africa consider as it is courted by the European Union, North America, Russia and China?

OBOR and Europe “The Belt and Road initiative will provide an excellent platform for further cooperation between Europe and China in higher education and research,” Shanghai Jiao Tong’s Liu noted, though he pointed out that so far most cross-border collaboration activity was around research rather than higher education. Vague concept With OBOR so vaguely defined, new international higher education and research collaboration projects can be ascribed to the initiative, the experts noted, making it easier to build a higher education area around OBOR cooperation as a shared community “with Chinese characteristics” and strongly pushed by the Chinese leadership as a long term-scheme.

The thinking machine 4.0 to build algorithms for APPS 4.0 say that:


The law, the cause, the nature, the storm, the death, the awe, the kiss, the power, the essence, the beauty, the evidence, the power ... They are alive in the construction of a drama of prodigious dance in our own temple of harmony or discord, our temple, your wonderful temple, and the temple of each one. .

Hestidolia, or how there is nothing more technological than the Symploké of Plato in eternal return.

The first temple was the mental cut in the sky of the sacred flight of the birds,

Then the felling of trees for the creation of sacred spaces in the middle of the forest passing through the little corner in the houses and the building in the squares until, like a mystical warp Tramántica, the temple extends and unfolds from the ball of consciousness towards life and from the tissues of things and matters to the tissues, flights, trees and corners of our skin, our smell and our coherence to cover and penetrate everything of multiple and wonderful shapes like branches of points of light and like the roots of the tones and sap delineated and painted from cuts and mental buildings.

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Chinese manufacturers building brands for future success

Many importers use contract manufacturers to create an item and then slap their logo on it. This relationship is essential for the continued existence of many importers who lack the ability to actually make products themselves.

For Chinese manufacturers, however, this isn’t always the safest way of doing business. If they run out of orders from customers, they could easily vanish due to not enough interest in their products. In order to survive and thrive, some manufacturers are creating their own brands.

In the words of the assistant manager of a trading company based in Hangzhou, 

Daniel Newman, CEO of Broadsuite Media Group and author of Futureproof: 7 Key Pillars for Digital Transformation Success, says:

"In terms of training, companies have the chance to move beyond required—often boring—webinars to more interactive training methods that reinforce policies and culture every single day. It can also help companies retain staff because it makes work more fun. Psychology is part of gamification, and a huge part of that is simply making day-to-day work life more enjoyable."

Why China gains most from the Fourth Industrial Revolution – according to PwC 

However, a job being at high risk of automation does not mean that it will definitely be automated, explains PwC, because there could be economic, legal, regulatory, and organisational barriers to the adoption of new technologies. For this reason, PwC says that its new prediction of 26 percent job displacement in China reflects a reduction of two-thirds from that earlier assessment.

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