If you look carefully at how things are actually made in China - from shirts to toys, apple juice to oil rigs - you see a reality that contradicts every widely-held notion about the worldas so-called economic powerhouse. From the inside looking out, China is not a manufacturing juggernaut. Itas a Lilliputian. Nor is it a killer of American jobs. Itas a huge job creator. Rising China is importing goods from America in such volume that millions of U.S. jobs are sustained through Chinese trade and investment. In Unmade in China, entrepreneur and Georgetown University business professor Jeremy R. Haft lifts the lid on the hidden world of Chinaas intricate supply chains. Informed by years of experience building new companies in China, Haftas unique, insideras view reveals a startling picture of an economy which struggles to make baby formula safely, much less a nuclear power plant. Using firm-level data and recent case studies, Unmade in China tells the story of systemic risk in Chinese manufacturing and why this is both really bad and really good news for America.... the automotive safety regulator, GM stated that the faulty switch used in the Cadillac DeVille and DTS, Buick LaCrosse and Lucerne, and Chevrolet Monte Carlo and Impala was ... Ltd.18 In 2012, almost half of all the product recalls from the Consumer Product Safety ... The large retailers Boots and Sainsburya#39;s in the United Kingdom have instituted a new limit on baby formula to two cans per customer.
|Title||:||Unmade in China|
|Author||:||Jeremy R. Haft|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-07-30|