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  • #91
    Originally posted by Draco View Post
    The crap Wallyworld products include some of the most famous American, European and Japanese brands (hybrid cars, Airbuses, BMWs, etc,). The US exports grain, lumber, etc, back to China. In economic terms that makes the US a colony of China (raw materials for finished products).
    You're full of it. All Airbuses produced in China are for domestic airlines only. Same with many of the other products mentioned. China has a growing domestic market.

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    • #92
      Do those supposedly domestic airlines operate in the US?
      How long do you think it will be before Boeing does most of its production abroad?

      The point is that while most Americans associate China with low quality and low tech, it has higher tech Maglev and high speed conventional trains, is building better machine tools, roads, bridges and dams and has thousands of times more engineers and scientists in the making than the US and the rate of patent filing is growing much faster in China.
      The US is wasting billions of dollars in stadiums every years, but infrastructure is deteriorating rather than improving. The supposedly modern NYC looks quite retro compared to Shang Hai.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by Draco View Post
        The supposedly modern NYC looks quite retro compared to Shang Hai.
        When the smog doesn't get in the way...

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        • #94
          It looks retro because it is retro. Many of those buildings were designed in the 1920s-1940s. Just because structures look old on the outside doesn't mean that they're not modern on the inside. Dubai looks pretty modern too, are they a technological powerhouse? All Shanghai proves is that you can buy or copy any technology you need.
          "Artillery lends dignity to what might otherwise be a vulgar brawl." - Frederick the Great

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