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[商业新闻] 2015-11-06&11-08 中国制造业PMI指数持续低于临界点

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[商业新闻] 2015-11-06&11-08 中国制造业PMI指数持续低于临界点

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China's factories continue to struggle   

China's all-important factory sector slowed for a third straight month in October, according to an official survey.


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this is the new face of china's workofrce.the rose of low school workers working long hours with low pay could be a scene of the past.this a quite revolution guy on china's factory floor and that revolution is robots.china is now the biggest user of industrial robots in the world.it took place last year in japan.china's workforce is shrinking as population ages and the intrest in the low level jobs is waning.it push up labor cost as eroding china's myth.rose china's competitiveness after decades growth to maintain the average many companies are turning to automation.3 years ago before robots arrived,a production line of 40 people would produce about 800 a base.the computer amount  every hour now with robots,10 people can make the same amount.general manager peter deng ,the factory robots to cut down mistakes and to limit the cost caused by high shiver.it's been so successful that putting robots now makes robots to the other factories cutting equotion almost erntirly.as long as the price of the robots decreasing manual now,as long as labor cost continues rising,the investment is worthy it.more and more automation will happen.the local government is offering subsidies totally $150 billion in the next 3 years to encourage companies replace labor with robots.with beijing's grand plan for china's economy,the workers will be reemployed in the country's growing service centered.steven cnn shenzhen china.
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this is the new face of china's workforce.the rose of low school workers working long hours for low pay could soon be a scene of the past.this is a quiet revolution guy on china's factory floors and that revolution is robots.china is now the biggest user of industrial robots in the world.it took that position last year of  japan.china's workforce is shrinking as population ages and the intrest in the low level jobs is waning.it push up labor cost as eroding china's  competitiveness after decades of brekthrough growth. to maintain the average many companies are turning to automation.3 years ago before robots arrived,a production line of 40 people would produce about 800 a base,the computer mouse  every hour. now with robots,10 people can produce about the same amount.general manager pboll deng tells me that he brought the first robots to cut down mistakes and to limit the cost caused by high turnover.it's been so successful that putting robots now makes robots to the other factories cutting the quotion almost entirly.
as long as the price of the robots decreasing more and more,as long as labor cost continues rising,the investment is worthy it.more and more automation will happen.
the local government here is offering subsidies totally $150 billion over the next 3 years to encourage companies replace labor with robots.and under  beijing's grand plan for china's economy,those workers will be reemployed in the country's growing service center.
andrew steven cnn shenzhen china.
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[Homework]2015-11-06&11-08 中国制造业PMI指数持续低于临界点


This is the new face of china's workforce.the rows in rows of low skilled workers working long hours for low pay could soon be a scene yet the past.


This is a quiet revolution going all on China's factory floors and that revolution is robots. China is now the biggest user of industrial robots in the world. It took that position last year from Japan.


China's workforce is shrinking as the population ages and intrest in low level jobs is waning. It is pushing up labor cost, it is eroding China's  competitiveness after decades of great net growth.


To maintain narrow edge many companies are turning to automation.3 years ago before robots arrived, a production line of 40 people would produce about 800 of this, the computer mouse  every hour. Now with robots,10 people can produce about the same amount.


General manager Peboll Deng tells me he brought the first robots to cut down mistakes and to limit the problems caused by high stuff turnover.


It's been so successful, the proofs of robots now make robots to the other factories cutting people out of the equation almost entirly.

As long as the price of the robots decreasing more and more,as long as the cost of the labor continues to rise, then this investment is worthy it. And more and more automation will happen.


The local government here is offering subsidies totally $150 billion over the next 3 years to entice companies to replace workers with robots.



And under  Beijing's grand plan for the China's economy,those workers will be reemployed in the country's growing service sector.

andrew steven cnn shenzhen china.
                                                   

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[Homework]2015-11-06&11-08 中国制造业PMI指数持续低于临界点

This is the new face of China's workforce, the rows and rows of low skilled workers working long hours for low pay could soon be a thing of the past.There is a quite revolution going on on China's factory floors, and that revolution is robotics, China is now the biggest user of industrial robots in the world, it took that position last year from Japan.
China's workforce is shrinking as the population ages, and interest in low level jobs is weaning, it's pushing up labour cost and eroding China's competitiveness after decades of break neck growth, to maintain their edge, many companies are turning to automation.
Three years ago before robots arrive, a production line of 40 people would produce about 800 of these, the computer mouse every hour, now with robots, 10 people can produce about the same amount.
General manager Pboll Deng tells me he brought the first robots to cut down on mistakes, and to eliminate problems caused by high staff turnover, it's been so successful that * robots now make robots for other factories, cutting people out of the equation almost entirely.
As long as the price of robots is decreasing more and more, and as long as the cost of labour continues to rise, then this investment is worth it, and more and more automization will happen.
The local government here is offering subsidies totalling $150 billion over the next three years to entice companies to replace workers with robots, and under Beijing's grand plan for the Chinese economy, those workers will be re-employed in the country's growing service sector.
Andrew Stevens, CNN, Shengzhen, China.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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This is the new face of China’s workforce. The rows in rows of low-skilled workers working long hours for low pay could soon be a thing in the past.

There is a quiet revolution going on on China’s manufacturing floors, and that revolution is robotics. China is now the biggest user of industrial robots in the world. It took that position last year from Japan.

China’s workforce is shrinking as population ages, and interesting low-level jobs are waning. It’s pushing up labor cost and eroding China’s competitiveness after decades of breakneck growth. To maintain their edge, many companies are turning to automation.

Three years ago before robots arrived, a production line of forty people would produce about 800 of these, the computer mouse every hour. Now with robots, ten people can produce about the same amount. General manager Pi Bobang tells  me he brought the first robot to cap down mistakes and to eliminate problems caused by high staff turnover. It’s been so successful that Reputs Robots now make robots to other factories cutting down people out of equation almost entirely.

As long as the price of robots is decreasing more and more, and as long as the cost of labor continues to rise, this investment is worth it. More and more automation will happen.

The local government here is offering subsidies totally 150billion USD over the next three years to entice companies to replace workers with robots. And on the Beijing’s grand plan for the Chinese economy, these workers will be re-employed in the country’s growing service sector.

Andrew Stevens, CNN, Shenzhen, China.
This is the new face of China's workforce. THE Rows and rows of low skilled workers working long hours with low pay could soon be a thing in the past.   There is a quiet revolution GOING on China's factory floor and that revolution is robotic. China  now is the biggest user of industrial robot IN TEH WORLD. it took that place from Japan last year. China's workforce is shrinking as the population ages and interesting job IS waning. It pushes up the labor cost, eroding China's competitivess after decades of breakneck growth. To maintain their EDGE, many companies ARE turnING to automization. 8 years ago before the robots arrive, a production line with 40 people would produce 800  of this, the computer mouth every hour.
Now with robot, ten people could produce the same amount. Now ten people could produce the same amount. General manager, PBAO DENG,      told me that he brought in the robot to cut down on mistakes and eliminate problems caused by high st    labor. It has been so successful    now make robot for other factors, cutting people equation amost entirely.
"As long as the price of robot decreasING more and more, and as long as the cost of labor continues to rise, then this investment is worthy it and more and more automization will happen."
The local government here is offering subsidies totaling 150  billion dollars next year to entire companies to replace workers with robots.encourage companies. AND UNDER BEIJING'S GRAND ECONOMIC PLAN, THESE WORKERS WILL BE REEMPLOYED IN THE COUNTRY'S GROWING SERVICE SECTOR.
And more and more automization will happen.
Those workers will be re-employed in the COUNTRY'S GROWING service sector.
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本帖最后由 purple_lily 于 2015-11-9 09:52 编辑

This is the new face of China’s workforce. The rows of rows of low-skilled workers working for long hours for low pay could soon be a thing of the past.
There is a quiet revolution going on China’s factory floors, and that revolution is robotics. China is now the biggest user of industrial robots in the world. It took that position last year from Japan.
China’s workforce is shrinking as the population ages. And the interest in low level jobs is waning. It’s pushing up the labor cost and eroding China’s competitiveness after decades of dramatic growth. To maintain their ..age, many companies are turning to automation.
Three years ago, before robots arrived, a production line of 40 people would produce about 800
bases—a computer mouse every hour. Now, with robots, ten people can produce about the same amount. General manager Gerald Tang tells me he brought the first robot to cut down on the states to eliminate problems caused by high staff turnover.

It’s been so successful that reproves robots now make robots for other factories, cutting people of equation almost entirely.
As long as the price of the robots is decreasing more and more, and as long as the cost of labor continues to rise, then this investment is worth it. And more and more automation will happen.
The local government here is offering substitutes totaling 150 billion dollars over the next three years to intest companies to replace workers with robots. And under that Beijing’s grand plan for Chinese economy,
those workers will be reemployed in the country’s growing service sector.

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This is the new face of China's workforce. The rows and rows of low skilled workers working long hours for low pay could soon be a thing of the past.  

There is a quiet revolution going on on China's factory floors and that revolution is robotic. China is now the biggest user of industrial robots in the world. It took that position last year from Japan.

China's workforce is shrinking as the population ages and interest in low level jobs is waning. It's pushing up labor costs and eroding China's competitivess after decades of breakneck growth. To maintain their dege, many companies are turning to automation.

Three years ago before robots arrive, a production line of 40 people would produce about 800 of these, the computer mouse every hour. Now with robots, ten people could produce about the same amount.

General manager, PBoll Deng, tells me that he brought the first robots to cut down on mistakes and to eliminate problems caused by high staff turnover. It's been so successful that Rapoo's robots now make robots for other factories, cutting people out of the equation amost entirely.

"As long as the price of robots is decreasing more and more, and as long as the cost of labor continues to rise, then this investment is worth it. And more and more automization will happen."

The local government here is offering subsidies totaling 150 billion dollars over the next three year to entice companies to replace workers with robots. And under Beijing's grand plan for the Chinese economy, those workers will be re-employed in the country's growing service sector. Andrew Stevens, CNN, Shenzhen, China.
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This is the new face of China's workforce, the rows and rows of low skilled workers working long hours for low pay could soon be a thing of the past.There is a quite revolution going on on China's fac ...
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General manager Pboll Deng tells me he brought the first robots to cut down on mistakes, and to eliminate problems caused by high staff turnover, it's been so successful that repulsed robots now make robots for other factories, cutting people out of the equation almost entirely.
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This is the new face of China’s workforce -- the rows and rows of low-skilled workers working long hours for low pay could soon be a thing of the past.

“There is a quite revolution going on on China’s factory floors. And that revolution is robotics. China is now the biggest user of industrial robots in the world. It took that position last year from Japan.”

China’s workforce is shrinking as the population ages and interest in low level jobs is weaning. It’s pushing up labor cost and eroding China’s competitiveness after decades of break-neck growth. To maintain their edge, many companies are turning to automation.

“Three years ago before robots arrived, a production line of 40 people would produce about 800 of this -- a computer mouse every hour. Now with robots, 10 people could produce about the same amount.”

General manage Pboll Deng tells me he brought the first robot to cut down on the stakes and to eliminate problems caused by high staff turnover. It’s been so successful that Rapoo’s robots now make robots for other factories, cutting people out of the equation almost entirely.

“As long as the price of robots is decreasing more and more, and as long as the cost of labor continues to rise, then this investment is worth it. And more and more atomization will happen.”

The local government here is offering subsidies totaling $150bn over the next three years to entice companies to replace workers with robots. And under Beijing’s grand plan for the Chinese economy, those workers will be reemployed in the country’s growing service sector.

Andrew Stevens, CNN, Shenzhen, China.
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