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Old 04-29-2019, 06:13 AM
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Originally Posted by GoodHombre View Post
Labor protection law is very weak in China.

Jack Ma pays a living wage, but the schedule is crazy. Not every employer in China is that ruthless, but they don't pay a decent wage.

China is a dystopia is every way.

I look at this very differently. China for the past 20 years has been booming in a scale that has never happened before. And they have always had a strong work ethic. They have passed the EU and US in total GDP and have been growing at three times their rates. Their the middle class is growing, ours is shrinking.

Despite technically being a communist country they expect more out of people than the socialist leaning EU countries and the increasingly socialist USA.

Perhaps we could learn something from this instead of complaining how China is beating us at everything.
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