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10.14China's increasing business shares  

2009-10-14 10:15:24|  分类: 天下 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/14/business/global/14chinatrade.html?pagewanted=1&hpw

Here's an analysis on China's inceasing business shares worldwide on the Economist. While the whole world is applauding China's gaining a larger market, i can't help worrying if the prosperity would overshadow the more important potencial concerns.

First of all, Chinese employees' and employers' interest suffer a blow. China's new market shares in light industries are mostly due to the flexible labors. As is known, our light industry relies largely on migrant workers. These people lack the awareness as well as the ability to protect their rights. Therefore, faced with recissions, employers will find it easy to slash the workers' wages, which's called "the flexibility of labor" in the Economist. Obviously the workers' interest is sacreficed. To make things worse, American buyers are taking advantage of this. “They offer $2.85 per pair of jeans for a package of a dozen, when the reasonable price is $7.”  The Economist quotes what the head of international trade at the Changrun Garment Company said, and we can see the businessmen's benefits also suffer in present situation. To conclude, if China still depends on its low-price labor, its market share is unstable and will be lost sooner or later.

Secondly, Chinese goods' quality plummets. If Chinese businessmen are pushed too hard, they gotta find a way out. The most convenient is to trace down the quality ladder. “Some even go to old factories to collect abandoned fabrics from old stock, so they can save two-thirds of the cost on raw material,” The Economist quotes what Ms. Liao at the Changrun factory said. China is struggling to raise its goods' quality, but under this circumstance, where low quality guarantees a higher profit and buyers push as hard as they can, things are too tough to progress.

Thirdly, small companies' pothetic destiny are neglected. Chinese companies' success during the recession is based on the government's salvaging package. The government is lending large sum of loan to help  companies. However, most of the loans have flowed to larger firms, while smaller companies, especially private-owned ones, can't escaped the fate of bankrupcy.

Fourthly, the prosperous export cripples China's shift in economy. China is shifting its economic dependence from exports to domestic consumption. When exporting flourishes, how can the crafty businessmen give up this precious opportunity and turn around to take a look at domestic market?

Last but not least, the uncontrolable and overwhelming surge of exporting brings China to more trading friction with Europe and the America.

In a word, China has made itself the most famous dumper in the world, and in my opinion it has earned much enough with "China price". Now it's probably the time to stop being addicted to this and search for a change.

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