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CHINA IN (中国制造) 2025 by stanveron: 6:34am On Jul 08, 2018
What you see above is not jagon, Its a plan by China to produce for the largest percentage of the world population by year 2025, Its called (Made In China 2025).

The world is on the fast lane, but our leaders are stuck in power tussle and resources sharing.
The next world war might not be fought by military engagements but likely by technologies, currencies and natural resources, so if you are a leader and you are still stuck in title and ostentatious power display you are living in danger and might be taken unaware when the war eventually reaches your door step.

Over the course of last few month, U.S government or should I say U.S President has been in a running battle with China and other trade partners, today the exchange of threats have resulted into a full blown TW, and this is not unconnected with the 2025 China plans to become more self sufficient in high-tech industries to cater for their own market, one would think that shouldn't be a problem to the U.S. government or the world market, but why then is U.S. President so critical of China2025 plans?

What China used to use to attract businesses is her market size, so companies are allowed into China for a fraction of the market size in exchange of certain technology transfer and other incentives, so imagine if China becomes self sufficient in these areas with her huge market size, hmmm that means a lot to the rest of the world.

But what is so fascinating about this whole trade war is how James Richards predicted in his book Currency War, the moves by China and Russia and even the emerging market, the plan to abandon dollar as the world medium of exchange.

Industry 4.0 is one thing everyone should read about, a while ago I was thinking about the use of seatbelt alarm in the car, ( I know many people only use the seatbelt to "shut up"that warning sound or to avoid FRSC harassment on the road) but here is what I was thinking about, can't I just design a car that would refused to move if the driver isn't on seatbelt?

Think about IoT for a minute, you have your dumb physical items being connected to the internet and you use sensors and remotely control your stuff, imagine opening your gate with your headlamp or with a voice command, NOW THAT IS WHERE THE WORLD IS GOING. Artificial intelligence, IoT and world of robots.

If you have leaders who do not think of the next year or next month how can they think of the next 5years, 7years or even 10years, now the challenge is not even about reading what is available but to imagine what does not exist now and mix them in our expectations and plan for them, how can we compete with the rest of the world?

20 plus years ago, computers were in rare sight and where large in size, today you know where we are, in 20years, robots are going to be sitting in our rooms and running errands on our streets and factories, so the best we can do is to begin to prepare for those days. They shall have significant impact on wealth distribution and management of resources, so we can not ignore their role in our ecosystem.

So we must begin to put in place systems and structures that would support these new world innovations and position our societies to benefit from it rather than be left behind by the rest of the world.

I have proposed an economic policy that seeks to position Nigeria side by side the emerging markets, we were supposed to be part of BRICS to make it read BRINCS but our leaders where so consumed by wealth accumulation and corruption that the world left them behind, how we are not part of G20 is still unbelievable, but that is our current reality, we are soon to be 3rd largest population in the world yet we can not be found in the scheme of economic power decisions, brutal fact is that we are not important when it comes to important economic decisions but when it comes to goods consumption, every nation runs to Nigeria, when it comes to resources extraction Nigeria is important, when it comes to human resources, Nigerians are everywhere, from UK to Canada to Hong Kong, but our land lies in waste our people live in poverty, yet our leaders want to continue their business as usual style of 19century emperor rulership and some 21st century minds are championing their course?

For some of us what we have to give our country is our heart and our brains, we don't have money to share to win votes, we don't have big cars or big offices to impress you but our genuine and sincere desire to help reposition our nation and help our people to enjoy what citizens of other nations are enjoying from good healthcare system to good education system, to working factories and a well developed and sound people who productively contribute to their own personal prosperity and to their nation's development.

China and U.S. Canada and India etc, are working hard for their people, let's have visionary leaders who would work for us.

The future is bright but we have to make a choice, stay with what isn't working or try what will Work.


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Re: CHINA IN (中国制造) 2025 by Nackzy: 6:35am On Jul 08, 2018
It will be more than what's is expected

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