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  • Alipay: Steht der große Sieger im mobile Payment fest? in the group Lean Six Sigma Deutschland

    Die mobile Zahlungsplattform Alipay hat in China einen Marktanteil von 80%. Jetzt wird Alipay auch in Deutschland vermehrt eingesetzt. Wird der chinesische Anbieter damit andere Mitbewerber verdrängen und zum Sieger im Bereich Mobile Payment? Original: http://www.management-circle.de/blog...

    Tags: Blogartikel, Digitalisierung, Alibaba, Alipay, App, China, Innovation, Mobile Payment, Smart Payment

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  • China Wants to Build a Big Data “Smart Ocean”

    According to PRNewswire, China, on its way of implementing the strategy of building a maritime power, is endeavoring to promoting the development of maritime big data and building of “Smart Ocean”. The 2016 China Qingdao International Ocean Summit Forum was held in Qingdao on Septembe...

    Tags: big data, data management, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, Education Resources For Use & Management of Data, China, Institute of Oceanology, maritime big data, Smart Ocean

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  • Innovation in China – Part II – Shanghai, Tongli, and Beijing

    This is the second article in a two-part series addressing innovation in China.  The first part addressed the archaeological treasure trove of the city of Xi’an and its surroundings.  This article focuses on the better-known cities of Shanghai – China’s financial capit...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Innovation, China

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  • Innovation with Marco Polo

    I spent a great deal of time in 2018 traveling across the world in search of innovation insights.  In countries ranging from Colombia to China to Azerbaijan to Bosnia-Hercegovina, I found examples of cases where modern and ancient civilizations applied creative thinking to solve problems.&nb...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Innovation, China, Marco Polo, travel

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  • Inside Alibaba – Jack Ma’s Digital Innovation Factory

    Artificial intelligence. Augmented reality. Facial recognition. Connected “internet” vehicles. Global virtual marketplaces. App-based digital payment systems. Pharmaceutical e-commerce. Humanoid robots. Giant vending machines for cars. This is not just the magical stuff of today&rsquo...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Digital, Feature Of The Week, Alibaba, China, Ecommerce, internet, Masterclass

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  • Why Winning a Trade War Can Lose the U.S. Battle over Innovation

    For years, American companies have complained that foreign competitors, the Japanese in the past, and more recently, the Chinese, were stealing, borrowing, and copying intellectual properties. These complaints against copycats that foreign theft of American trade secrets runs up an estimated cost...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Feature Of The Week, Government, Innovation, China, Economics, Global Trade, IMD, Trade War, United States, USA

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  • Innovation in China – Part I – Shaanxi Province and Xi’an

    The topic of innovation in China is receiving a great deal of attention lately.  As China’s economy continues to grow at a brisk rate and its GDP appears headed to surpass that of the United States, many observers are wondering whether China is poised to become the leading superpower o...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Innovation, China

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  • China the Leaders of Innovation in 2018

    China has become amongst the top 20 innovative economies for the first time, whilst the US has dropped 2 places according to the Global Innovation Index of 2018. What’s going on? The Rankings China rose from 22nd to 17th place whilst the US rankings dropped from 4th to 6th place. This repre...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Innovation, China, market research

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  • China and Trump Plan to Kill Innovation from Outer Space

    First, let me say that this is not a political article, but instead an article about a potential innovation crisis looming just over the horizon thanks to brinkmanship between China and the United States. Second, let me say this article is not about killer satellites being launched into orbit by ...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Innovation, Policy, Science, China, Donald J Trump, Donald Trump, free trade, tariffs

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