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Patk0317
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re: China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
Patk0317   7/3/2012 10:13:09 PM
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China is already too expensive in terms of manufacturing. The next low cost manufacturing region will be Africa.

Patk0317
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re: China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
Patk0317   7/3/2012 10:10:44 PM
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Why the U.S. Govt. What steps can U.S. industry take?

microe
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re: China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
microe   7/3/2012 9:06:33 PM
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how ignorant a person has to be to give KPMG the credit of destroying Motorola how racist a person has to be to use the word "Chinaman" publicly and label overseas Chinese as pilot fish and touts what an educated person this is

FISH1230
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re: China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
FISH1230   7/3/2012 8:44:08 PM
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under the same Confucianism, the Chinese invented paper making, printing tech, compass and Gun powder. Those were all disruptive innovations and changed the world!

Bert22306
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re: China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
Bert22306   7/3/2012 7:44:05 PM
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Much R&D is done for the DoD. That part is being considered for reduction.

FISH1230
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re: China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
FISH1230   7/3/2012 5:11:41 PM
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Reply to Chipmonk: under the same Confucianism, the Chinese invented paper making, printing tech, compass and Gun powder. Those were all disruptive innovations and changed the world!

Peter Clarke
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re: China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
Peter Clarke   7/3/2012 4:44:58 PM
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It's not a report on China

Peter Clarke
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re: China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
Peter Clarke   7/3/2012 4:44:24 PM
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In defence of KPMG I would say that they are only the collators of the survey results. The opinion is the aggregate opinion of 668 business executives of which 34 percent were Americas based and 42 percent Asia-Pacific based.

Hephaestus
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re: China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
Hephaestus   7/3/2012 4:41:26 PM
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BTW...I have yet to see any of these Black Swan innovations out of China and this is what I look for (you can not specify creativity).

Hephaestus
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re: China, U.S. lead innovation, Europe nowhere, says survey
Hephaestus   7/3/2012 4:36:02 PM
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A future innovation you can name now is not a true innovation. If you are working on something everyone already knows about, how creative is that? As history shows, the truly life-changing innovations could not be predicted.

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