What new Political and Economic system will come with the FIR?

How long will the states and the large intermediary companies, the banking, the stock market, insurance companies, logistics etc. survive in their current form?

little time, right?

We are in the fourth industrial revolution, yes, but above all, we are in the third great revolution in history, after the agricultural one, and the industrial one, this one, demographic and technological, will bring new systems of government and new economic systems, totally different to the democracies and the current socialist capitalist systems.

Let's prepare ourselves as soon as possible, to anticipate something that is coming to us, the good, the not so good, and the bad.

We bet initially, in the international trade, bilateral, triangular, and all combinations, in the new route of Chinese silk, to Africa, in relation to the products and services of Artificial Intelligence, IoT, IIoT, and Applications of 3D technology. 

The Unavoidable Route of Chinese Capitalism

Capital must generate profits. This is the golden rule of capitalism. After three decades of high-speed economic growth in China, both state and the private capitalists have accumulated incredible amounts of capital. For example, China’s foreign exchange reserves were only US$2,262 million in December 1980, but in June 2014 they had reached an all-time high of US$3,993,212.72 million.

Currently, the prospects of China’s ‘One Belt One Road Initiative’ (hereinafter referred to as OBOR) are dim. An article published in the Financial Times in July this year pointed out that 234 out of 1,674 Chinese-invested infrastructure projects announced in 66 Belt and Road countries since 2013 have encountered difficulties. The most recent and striking problem occurred in Malaysia——newly elected prime minister Mahathir Mohamad canceled the US$20 billion East Coast Rail Link projectright after his official visit to Beijing. 

The sceptical West obviously has a different take on the motivation behind the initiative. Is it really about increasing China’s economy, or about creating markets for its over-producing domestic manufacturing industry? Or is it really about political influence via Foreign Direct Investment?

Obviously both.

Exampleo of Prosperity thanks to OBOR:

As the frontier and hub of the Silk Road Economic Belt (One Belt), Beijing has promised to bring prosperity and stabilityto Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR). In some ways, this is being achieved. XUAR’s average annual GDP growth from 2012 to 2016 was 9.3 percent, higher than the national level. In 2017, investment in fixed assets in XUAR was the highest in China and more than 50,000 companies had been established or had branches set up there.

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

As it stands, the benefits that LAC derives from ties to the BRI will depend more on the region’s capacity to think strategically and collaboratively about regional infrastructure development than on an official BRI designation. 

Although some Latin American countries have approached Chinese banks and companies with well-developed plans for domestic infrastructure projects, regional and even subregional strategies are generally lacking. One important exception is the Iniciativa para la Integración de la Infraestructura Regional Suramericana (IIRSA), which was conceived during a meeting of Latin American leaders in Brasilia in 2000, and has since taken steps to support regional infrastructure development. But IIRSA’s progress has been limited for a number of years by financing and coordination-related challenges. 

You can create your own circuit, or route inside Sylodium’s system as China – Africa AI CYBERNETICS, SHENZHEN – Singapore - SADC Shipping Business, SHANGHAI – Dubai - IGAD trade routes, Ningbo –Nairobi – Cape Town - West Africa Shipping global, China South – Middle West - Kenya Shipping 4.0, China – India - IGAD coordinated routes 4.0.

The initiative has also been criticized for its perceived lack of environmental consideration. For example, the environmental organization International Rivers has claimed that IIRSA’s Madeira–Mamoré–Beni–Madre de Dios hydroelectric dam and hidrovía project could permit the expansion of soybean cultivation on more than 74,000 square kilometers in and around the Amazon rain forest. 

Rexiology of Sylodium 4.0. New businesses, new Business Language.

X axis

X1 A to B about C from point 1 to point 2. Flow of business from the highest institution to the indiviudal consciousness of a man. X2 Companies, Individuals. X3 Flow statistics. X4 Featured businesses. X5 New businesses that never existed and that arise from the crushing and synthesis of virtual interweavings.

Y axis

Y1 Virtual Earth, Real Earth. Y2 Crosses, Flexibility. Y3 Distribution of spaces, with the conjunctions, "and", "o", "no", and their combinations with the spaces, that is, the conjunctions themselves are space, "and" is a space, and in A and B, there is 5 different spaces, A, and, B, A and, and B, that can recombine again with and, or, not, valued in UNOS and in $. Y4 ZriForx Y5.HW - SW - SO

Z axis

Z1 BIlateral, triangular, limited but infinite combinations. Z2 Company, Marketing, HR in games. Z3 Large, Medium, Small and positions and power relations. Z4 Flexibility. Z5 From Barter to the dollar and back to the exchange of virtual currency, from water to oil and back to water. Eternal Return, return to the clock. Real - Online - Real

Everybody is in FIR

The formation of the Liaoning - China’s first aircraft carrier, at sea in April 2018.

Although the overall technology level and combat experience of the PLAN are still behind the U.S. Navy, its stupendous size still gives Beijing confidence to act in a high-profile way in the disputed waters. One example is the construction of artificial islands in the South China Sea and the relevant naval frictions around them.

China’s military build-up and aggressiveness have inevitably exacerbated the arms race in this region. In 2017, South Korea increased its defense spending by 4%, hitting a record of US$36.5 billion. Japan also signed an unprecedented defense budget of US$43.6 billion, while Prime Minister Abe has set a 2020 deadline for revising Article 9 of the Constitution. The other regional playerswho are vigorously sharpening their gears include India, Taiwan, Australia and Vietnam.