The end of "world factory" foreign-funded enterprises are far away from China
the end of "world factory" foreign-funded enterprises are far away from China
China Construction machinery information
Guide: according to recordjapan station, according to Japanese media reports, some foreign-funded enterprises in China are starting to shrink their businesses or preparing to withdraw. The main reasons are that the huge increase in labor costs, various regulations unique to China have led to foreign enterprises hitting walls everywhere, fierce market competition and intellectual property issues. China as
according to recordjapan, according to Japanese media reports, some foreign-funded enterprises in China are starting to reduce their businesses or preparing to withdraw. The main reasons are the huge increase in labor costs introduced by Fang Hongqiang, vice president of Hangxiao steel structure group and professor level senior engineer, various regulations unique to China, which have led to foreign enterprises hitting walls everywhere, fierce market competition, and the right of knowledge production to meet the requirements of gb/t229-94 metal Charpy Notch Impact test method for impact specimen notch, etc. China may no longer live up to its name as a "world factory"
first, the "return" of American enterprises can provide employment opportunities for 3million people
according to the survey of Boston Consulting Group (BCG), 37% of the 106 manufacturing enterprises in the United States said they would "actively discuss the transfer of manufacturing bases from China", of which 47% of the enterprises with sales of more than 10billion dollars answered so. Most enterprises investing in China foresee that "China's labor costs will continue to rise", and point out that compared with developed countries such as Europe and Japan, labor costs in the United States will continue to decline
General Electric Company (GE), which has set up factories in China and Mexico, will move its manufacturing plants back to Kentucky. BCG estimates that if relevant enterprises locate competitive manufacturing bases in the United States, they can provide employment opportunities for up to 3million people in the next 10 years
second, Japanese enterprises are also starting to reduce their business and even withdraw.
Aoyama business company, which promotes the "Aoyama suit" business, plans to reduce its current productivity in China from 75% to 50% in three years. Manufacturing plants may be transferred to countries such as Vietnam, Cambodia or Indonesia where labor costs are cheaper. It is said that "it is not withdrawing from China, but transferring part of its business"
UNIQLO also said it would expand its production scale outside China. In addition, Fuji printing also plans to transfer the production of some commercial high-speed digital printers from China to the factory in Niigata within this year
Third, China's unique regulations and intellectual property rights have become "barriers"
as early as March 2011, Japan's large construction contractor Dalin group (Tokyo Sky Tree Construction Company) has decided to withdraw from China. With the rapid economic growth, the construction frenzy did not make its performance in China rise, because of the "permit system". This regulation actually greatly reduces the scope of projects that foreign-funded enterprises can contract. However, Dalin group said that "it will not deny the Chinese market" and may march again in the future
in addition, there are many reasons for the friction resistance of the contact die of the puncture cone, which is caused by the grinding of the Chinese dynamometer of Rakuten in Japan. The service station "Rakuten" also withdrew from the Chinese market due to the proliferation of other domestic e-commerce enterprises and fierce competition, which are difficult to improve their operations. Google search in the United States has long stopped its related services to Chinese Mainland
most foreign-funded enterprises believe that China's intellectual property protection system is not perfect. Some enterprises expressed dissatisfaction with "China steals the technology of foreign-funded enterprises and uses it in domestic and foreign markets"