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Why China Is Becoming More Innovative Than The West

By John Richardson

THE data is quite staggering. Last year, mobile payments in China totalled $5.5 trillion versus compared with just a $112 billion. This means that on  a per capita or person basis, mobile internet payments totalled $3,900 in …

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China A Nation Of Cheap Copycats? Nonsense

By John Richardson

COMPLACENCY is the enemy of  good analysis and one particular piece of complacent, and quite frankly lazy, analysis is to dismiss China as being permanently stuck in the category of a” low value copycat nation”.

Beware the …

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The New “China Price” Threatens Metallocene LLDPE

By John Richardson

THE great advantage of moving up the value chain to  metallocene-grade linear low-density polyethylene (mLLDPE) in Asia is that every time converters upgrade their equipment, they tend to switch to machinery that can process the resin.

“In …

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