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Belt and Road Initiative: Contribution by all, benefits for all

Market rules

From the European perspective, the BRI has the potential to be hugely positive as long as it adheres to EU market rules as well as to international requirements and standards.

Europe is a prime investment destination for the BRI. According to Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, though not all Chinese investments in Europe are strictly BRI-related, Chinese foreign direct investment in Europe has soared from under €1 billion in 2008 to €35 billion in 2016 — more than triple the amount of European financing flowing in the opposite direction.    While certain officials and analysts in the West say that China’s global rise and its BRI project present a challenge to the West, Beijing is insisting that the BRI seeks “mutual understanding” and it “belongs to the world”.

REXIOLOGY, all possible busines and routes and circuits business in the world 4.0. vis the Structural Sylodium’s Business Language

-Resources are limited, even language is, yes, we already know, infinite, but limited, like the sun or the heat of the earth.

- Language is the limit of the world in one sense, and the world is the limit of language in its opposite sense.

-The principles, except miraculous synthesis, are contradictory, for example, the principle of equality is faced with the principle of freedom, always, almost always, therefore, would be better the decahedrons and their balances than decalogues or Constitutions.

-The principle of equality, is chimera even in its essence sometimes forgotten, principle of equality before the law, and it is chimera, because the laws are the result of the game of power relations.

- In the same line, justice, "give each one his own", by definition, can not be social, in addition, justice, which gives each one his according to the law, gives it according to those same relations of power.

-Socialist people, usually forget the truths of #Marx.

-The technology would offer certain solutions, political and economic solutions for a new kind of world by principle of proportionality, with a heavier algebra.


China’s approach to international diplomacy is growing. Having long sought to maintain a “low profile” on the global stage, it has in recent years begun to advocate a greater role for itself in the international order. Chinese companies are also leaving the comforts of their home-based market and going overseas, seeking to blow new markets and acquire new machineries. China’s president, Xi Jinping, is ramping up efforts to reinforce China’s global position. He has proclaimed a number of high-profile multilateral initiatives intended to advance China’s international existence and promote closer ties with more countries. The main initiative under this impulse, “one belt, one road” (OBOR), promises to be among the widest-reaching of these. It not only represents a renewed, stronger and better co-ordinated push to expand China’s influence overseas, but it is also coupled with a domestic investment drive, in which nearly every Chinese province has a stake.

Giants seem to join hands in BRI

In the rapidly changing world, China’s offer to Japan to be involved in the BRI projects can be highly promising. It is highly important in view of Japan’s high technology and experience in overseas projects.

In meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who visited Beijing on Oct. 25, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said his country would welcome Japan’s involvement in China’s overseas infrastructure projects.

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Everybody is in FIR

So too it is with the new smart cars.

Job losses? One of the fears is that the advent of robotics will massively disrupt employment as we know it and especially the manufacturing process, literally replacing human workers with robots, or at least automated processes powered by artificial intelligence. This is true. We don’t know by how much, but just as the blacksmith’s trade was rendered obsolete by the motor mechanic and the typewriter mechanic by the IT technician, so too new jobs are created in their place and new economic ecosystems spring up downstream and upstream to cope with them.

We believe at Nissan that the advent of e-mobility, electric engines replacing the conventional internal combustion engine, could result in a revolution in the energy space, hundreds of thousands of cars, millions even, generating so much electricity as they commute to and from work that at night, each vehicle’s surplus battery capacity could be rerouted to power the average suburban house taking it off the grid. Electric cars will require far less parts than their ICE counterparts, but they will have just as great needs in other spheres – IT, batteries, electro-mechanics, to name but a few.

Industry 4.0 a tipping point for Africa's wealth gap

Hironobu Kurosaki, CEO and president of NEC Europe, says the fourth industrial revolution can be harnessed to help us manage some of Africa's most significant current challenges.

"The world's growing population requires us to optimise available resources," says Kurosaki. "We can improve agricultural productivity to produce more food. We are working with partners to create solutions for social challenges using technologies such as biometrics for safer cities, more secure societies, and to help us build societies of more equal opportunities and efficient services."

Industrial revolutions, however, notes futurist Craig Wing, risk polarising societies along economic lines.

"In the first industrial revolution, output per worker increased, but the real wage remained the same. All that extra profitability went to the owners of the technology and increased the divide between rich and poor. We run the same risk today," he says.

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Industry 4.0 ‘blind spot’

“If you walk along automotive assembly lines, you can see the value of robots,” said Prasad Akella, founder and CEO of Drishti. “From mid-1980s, we saw robots go through the body shop and take over the paint shop, which were extremely hazardous and had well-defined problems.”

“But when you get to final assembly, it’s still human activities,” he told Robotics Business Review. “Robotics is not yet at a point where it can completely take over.”