Technological development and cooperation in Greater China
China, Taiwan and Hong Kong are using technical cooperation and indigenous technological development to improve their economies' productivity and technology. These economies, which are collectively called 'Greater China,' have traditionally based their economies on the imitation and the transfer of technology. Initial cases of cooperation indicate bilateral technological cooperation, with China as the common partner. Cooperation has also been limited to scientific/academic exchange and information technology/computers.
Publication Name: Managerial & Decision Economics
El arte de vender Donuts en China
Spanish industrial pastry company Panrico which spent Pta 1,000mn on a new plant in Song Zuan, China, in 1997, to produce 'Donuts', claims it could open new plants in other towns in China, such as Shanghai. The plant in Song Zuan produces 14,400 'donuts' per hour, 2,000 boxes of six 'donettes' per hour and 5,000 'bollycaos' (chocolate filled pastry) per hour. The plant facility could reach 12,000 m2 by the year 1999, when Panrico could begin producing sandwich loaf bread and other small pastry products.
Plans to open new donut manufacturing plants in other towns in China, such as Shanghai
Publication Name: Actualidad Economica
The China Syndrome
The value of United States public utility shares is dropping. The problem is troubled nuclear power plants. Specific projects are mentioned.
Publication Name: Economist
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