Hey, don't mention Maglev too often lest the Chinese steal that from you too
It only requires one time offense .. They can go to the Germans and pay for the tech, Japan does not wanting to help China modernize their technology. Japan and Germany went in to build its first HST there in China, the accord was that, they do not copy manufacture any component for the HST trains but work jointly respectively for the projects, either with Japan's Hitachi~Toshiba engineering or to work with Germany's Seamen corp. We, Japan and Germany were fooled by the Chinese communist party. We can perhaps in the future, if any China built HST project in the democratic countries to deploy and be materialized, then perhaps we can catch those stolen technology and ask PRC er, Xi Jing Pin to cough up the free ride they being enjoying for decades..Then but by that time, all the advanced nations and the rest of democratic countries already duped by China, they always say, hey 1.4 billion people can buy lots from your countries..? EU products going to China? Perhaps the agriculture produce from France~Spain~etc. And the Salmons of Norway going to Chinese bellies, also do not forget the meat products from AU and their LPG...Was talking to a friend expatriated there in Melbourne, the AU gas and electricity price already at sky-high prices. Fearsome, the Chinese with their expansion rate, will need to find another Earth size mass to get them all for the soon to be, master of the universe..! at46, are you taking Chinese language class already? How soon are you moving out to China? Ha,ha,haaa..I will be long be gone to re-visit history by the time, the new Genghis Khan er, The people's republic of China, has all the world under the supreme yellow race...‘One Belt and One Road’: Connecting China and the world, using your money...
More than 2,000 years ago, China’s imperial envoy Zhang Qian helped to establish the Silk Road, a network of trade routes that linked China to Central Asia and the Arab world. The name came from one of China’s most important exports—silk. And the road itself influenced the development of the entire region for hundreds of years.
In 2013, China’s president, Xi Jinping, proposed establishing a modern equivalent, creating a network of railways, roads, pipelines, and utility grids that would link China and Central Asia, West Asia, and parts of South Asia. This initiative, One Belt and One Road (OBOR), comprises more than physical connections. It aims to create the world’s largest platform for economic cooperation, including policy coordination, trade and financing collaboration, and social and cultural cooperation. Through open discussion, OBOR can create benefits for everyone.http://www.mckinsey.com/industries/capi ... -the-world
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