This is not new, and consistently comes up in articles about China. Is rob, replicate, replace used by China to unfairly compete on the international market?
1. Rob: The Chinese government forces foreign companies to do joint ventures with Chinese companies, thus forcing technological transfer to the Chinese side. Intellectual property rights in China are extremely weak.
2. Replicate: Chinese companies then learn how to manufacture these products for export.
3. Replace: Chinese companies then dissolve the joint venture, and start a new company to manufacture the same product.
Is it as simple as this?
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Having read these books multiple times, I have found them instructional and deep in trying to understand the intent of Chinese factory owners and Chinese manufacturing in general. China’s manufacturing tactics heavily borrow from Chinese culture, which is much different in philosophy from the West.
Poorly Made in China
– Paul Midler, Jan 2011
The author goes through stories of North American traders and their dealings with Chinese factory owners. While his trials and tribulations are interesting, some of his overall observations are enlightening.
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