Tap China – Africa 4.0 Trade

China has brought more development to Africa than any other partner?

And Zimbabwe’s Deputy Ambassador to Ethiopia, Winipeg Moyo said the negative publicity and perception about the China Africa partnership is making the citizenry in many African states to criticise their governments over the cooperation between the two.

Speaking at the same function, President of the Board of Trustees of Centre for Dialogue, Research and Cooperation, CDRC President Ambassador Seyoum Mesfin said China’s policy of non-interference in African countries internal affairs and china’s preference to complement Africa’s development within the framework of win win cooperation and mutual benefits laid a foundation that could not be broken.

This is according to a statement issued by Inutu Mwanza, the First Secretary for Press and Tourism at the Zambia Embassy in Ethiopia

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Win-win cooperation and jointly building a China-Africa community with a shared future

The Summit is not only a historic gathering of the China-Africa big family, but also a historic monument to the joint efforts of China and Africa to strengthen unity and cooperation for common development, which achieves historic results:

First, the Beijing Summit has set new grand goals for upgrading the relations between China and Africa. China and Africa have always been close partners sharing weal and woe and the same destiny. At the Summit, President Xi Jinping put forward the idea of building an even stronger China-Africa community with a shared future and made clear the specific connotation of the six-in-one strategy, which gained high praise and unanimous response of all African countries. This has further strengthened the willingness and confidence of both China and Africa to carry out cooperation in various fields on a larger scale, at a deeper level and with a higher standard, setting goals and charting the course for the development of China-Africa comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership.

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Challenges to OBOR in Africa Intra and Inter-State Conflicts

However, the civil war within South Sudan itself, and conflict with the neighboring Sudan, has disrupted oil production from the oil fields, and subsequent shipping of this oil to China. Zhou (2014) goes further to posit that, the war in Sudan means production was reduced by over 30?pacity from 245,000 barrels of oil per day, to less than 160,000 barrels per day. Operations in oil blocks 1, 2and 4 were completely shut down in December 2013 following outbreak of war, and Chinese oil personnel evacuated from site. This is aside from the shutdown occasioned from conflict between the two Sudan’s with regards to transit fees between the two Sudan’s. While Sudan was demanding a fee of 30 USD per barrel of oil pumped through its pipeline, South Sudan wanted to pay the standard worldwide fee of 3USD per barrel on the physical infrastructure, conflict has a damaging impact on roads, railway lines and other infrastructural developments.

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Smart machines, pervasive intelligence key for Industry 4.0 and beyond

AI is becoming embedded more frequently in everything from logistics and manufacturing to healthcare, transportation, and agriculture. While the solutions currently on the market may not be that advanced, the shift to M2M, IoT, and AI is expected to go much further in the industrial sector.

According to Deloitte, as AI leaves our data centers and is pushed out to devices themselves, these kinds of technologies will not need to rely on Internet connectivity in order to function.

Why You Need to Know About Event Apps and Gamification

What gamification strategies are best for your customers depends your particular business, products and audience. It's important to customize them for each business.

"Gamification will continue to become much more custom and refined to meet an organization's unique needs and goals," said Marsala.

"Points, badges and leaderboards will still continue to be used, but they will no longer be seen as checking the box on gamification. They might be a starting point, but they are far from a complete gamification solution," he added.

"Marketers and learning and development organizations alike will continue to see the value in gamifying their content and developing custom gamification strategies that motivate and inspire their increasingly distracted audiences

The thinking Machine, Cubes' Theory.

Of a portrait, an absurd thought, the purchase of a palm tree, or a scam can be very similar 0,1 forms, hence the need for #TREXU.

The conversations approach us (or move away) past frames but without us jumping (or losing). When different conversations approach us by different way our same plot (lived and even more so if it has been narrated) very close, any subtlety, we precipitate (in apparent jump) the memory.

The memories dance cubically in our back room, and the patterns of the cubes light up if they make a knot or link with other plots converging in ours.

To every tentacle comes a head.

Several tentacles come out at every head.

In punctuality (when the head is born or a tentacle is born) space and time coincide.

y1 Except with a blank mind, at all times a future is dumped according to our long and recent past.

space: desalejación and directionality. time: present that spin past and future

Rumboid: thread of thought (according to intentionality)

Mientralism: retention of coincidence lights in the tentacles of memory and expectation 

Industry 4.0 Embracing Digitisation: SMEs need to get on with the programme 

Choong points out that there will be 30 billion objects connected to IoT 2020 and the industry will be worth US$520 billion 2021. The biggest challenge, he says, is the disparity between industries and technology, as most businesses do not even know how to begin their digitisation journey.

Choong says SMEs can take advantage of low hanging fruit and leverage global cloud infrastructure and tech trends from service providers.

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