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China’s One Belt, One Road initiative: a hand up or a hand out?

The implications for importers are numerous. As the results of OBOR multiply, importers might potentially benefit from lower shipping costs, lower lead times, easier travel throughout Southeast Asia and more. But that’s only if Beijing gets its way, and based on the responses of ASEAN nations so far, OBOR faces an uphill battle and the amendments of countries that it might affect.

To learn more about OBOR and its role in Southeast Asia, check out the full article in the link below:

Southeast Asia: A Notch in China's Belt and Road Initiative –

China’s Belt and Road Initiative: What Role for Latin America?

Latin America could possibly attract more state-backed finance from China as a result of BRI linkages, but the region has already received approximately $140 billion in disbursements since 2005, according to the Inter-American Dialogue’s China–Latin America Finance Database. And while countries such as Argentina and Brazil might benefit from new infrastructure financing (e.g., Macri and Xi reportedly signed $17 billion worth of deals in May 2017), the debts incurred by LAC’s major Chinese loan recipients are already staggering.

While economic globalization has been expanding since the emergence of trans-national trade, it has grown at an increased rate due improvements in the efficiency of long distance transportation, advances in telecommunication, the importance of information rather than physical capital in the modern economy, and by developments in science and technology.[4] The rate of globalization has also increased under the framework of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and the World Trade Organization, in which countries gradually cut down trade barriers and opened up their current accounts and capital accounts.[4] This recent boom has been largely supported by developed economies integrating with developing countries through foreign direct investment, lowering costs of doing business, the reduction of trade barriers, and in many cases cross-border migration.

In countries like the U.S., multi-satellite constellations are used for things such as surveillance and Global Positioning Systems. I do not think it is a coincidence that China is developing its own independent multi-satellite constellations precisely at a time when they are trying to build and establish new maritime/land trading routes and oil pipelines via the One Belt One Road initiative (effectively trying to re-shape global international trade).

In any case, many of China’s proposed infrastructure projects in LAC already resemble BRI initiatives. Though delayed in some cases, projects such as the Montero Bulo Bulo Railway in Bolivia, the Bi-Oceanic Railway in Peru and Brazil, the Belgrano Cargas Railway in Argentina, and the trans-Pacific fiber optic cable in Chile would appear to achieve the sorts of infrastructure linkages promoted within the BRI’s stated “five links” (wutong), regardless of the region’s formal inclusion in the initiative. The remaining four links (policy coordination, trade facilitation, financial integration, and cultural and social exchange) are also already being carried out through investments and diplomatic initiatives.

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How Belt and Road Is Upending the Beijing Consensus

the Americans are saying these things.

But, can the USA really be critical of China in this?

Despite these efforts, Beijing has yet to address some of its biggest environmental issues: overcapacity and industrial pollution in the heavy industry sector, some of China’s main coal consumers, remain a persistent thorn in Beijing’s side.

For example, the government’s repeated pledges to cut aluminum and steel capacity in the northern provinces to combat air pollution look impressive – on the surface. Beijing is implementing a wide range of measures to fight overcapacity: steel companies have axed some of their surplus, stopped illegal production, and even agreed to extend the winter cuts until September. However, the aluminium industry is still lagging behind and the political will to reduce capacity has yet to manifest itself. Until such issues are tackled, the Beijing Consensus will not sustainably scale for the 21st century and, through the BRI, it will infect other developing countries with the same coal-borne virus.

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THE THINKING MACHINE 4.0 while you are in a dream.


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Why I am so offended at being so special, it seems like so much wounded vanity.

In our new world, magical thinking is reborn, the messages return, because it is new, like Ajnar, which is today's series, I walked in sleep, cat breathing, my father expiring, for me, now I write and intervene

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The fact that they have not responded to our expectations so many times has allowed us to carry the intellectual connection as it has been downloading the emotional connection.

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Between trying to look, simulate, you know more than you know if you do not know and trying to look like you know less than you know if you really know. How far is to do something to feel special who really ambitions. The mirror game is not linear, nor reflex, if they tell you that you are doing something to feel special, without being so, it does not mean that the other person would do it because they feel special, without being so, or yes, or they may have set you up, or not.

The game of mirrors is infinite, and the hierarchy, the comparison, the distinction, with others and with oneself in the past and projectedAll this using FIR, the Industry 4.0 as 3D technology.

Industry 4.0 in ASEAN nations

The promise of Industry 4.0 is pretty significant. In case you’re not familiar with it, Industry 4.0 is essentially the next industrial revolution driven by advances in the Internet of Things (IoT), automation, augmented and virtual reality and 3D printing. There might be more to Industry 4.0, but this captures the biggest parts of it.

Countries like the United States and Germany, for example, are adopting Industry 4.0 at roughly the same pace. But that doesn’t also extend to countries in the ASEAN bloc, which is imperiled by the rise of this great leap in manufacturing.BiM 052817 body 1.jpg

According to the featured article, Industry 4.0 can offer a “30-40% increase in productivity” if it’s adopted correctly. Yet the problem is that ASEAN countries aren’t adopting it nearly as fast compared to other nations (including China). Many manufacturers in ASEAN might see their competitive advantages slip away if other manufacturers are able to cut costs with more efficient production capabilities.

Gaming the Factory: Can Data Make Manufacturing Fun Again?

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Using gamification merely as motivator for the factory floor, or for a sales or customer service team, seems like a fairly reductive solution, like playing Pong on an Xbox.

All that data flowing in can power a much bigger, more immersive game for executives. CRMs, ERPs and MES platforms already have the basic inputs. So why not turn your factory, or several of them, into video games?

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