Opportunities in China

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Fin Murray or Rinolab.com and business-achievers.com was recently the guest of Shenzhen City in Southern China to explore business opportunities. Shenzen is one of China's fastest growing cities and is the economic engine of Guangdong Province, one of the wealthiest regions in China. A dynamic and vibrant place to do business, the Shenzhen authorities are promoting the location as a knowledge economy. Software, fintech, big data, AI, green energy are all areas of expansion and opportunity.

 

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alice brant on Friday, 20 October 2017 07:07

basically am from UK and doing job as a research teacher lots of students of assignment service help uk as about opportunities in china . i don't know what opportunities there are. im guessing there aren't many because it's an overcrowded country. the problem is obviously over crowdedness. pollution is a problem caused by multinational foreign corporations who set up factories in china. other problems include sabotage efforts by western countries. one problem that i see is the welfare. i think that it needs to expand its welfare system to closer resemble such systems you see in Sweden, meaning that you would get decent retirement, welfare, low income housing, and healthcare. what i do like about china is the freedom. did you know that you are 6 times more likely to end up in prison in America than you are in china. you will probably not see the kind of opportunities that you see in the USA in china but i think that people are well taken care of by the public sector.

basically am from UK and doing job as a research teacher lots of students of [url=http://www.assignmentdoer.co.uk]assignment service help uk[/url] as about opportunities in china . i don't know what opportunities there are. im guessing there aren't many because it's an overcrowded country. the problem is obviously over crowdedness. pollution is a problem caused by multinational foreign corporations who set up factories in china. other problems include sabotage efforts by western countries. one problem that i see is the welfare. i think that it needs to expand its welfare system to closer resemble such systems you see in Sweden, meaning that you would get decent retirement, welfare, low income housing, and healthcare. what i do like about china is the freedom. did you know that you are 6 times more likely to end up in prison in America than you are in china. you will probably not see the kind of opportunities that you see in the USA in china but i think that people are well taken care of by the public sector.
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