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Are you are a business owner, a business adviser, an economist, a politician - you add to the list? If you are on the right side of the grass and breathing I suggest you review and think carefully about this infographic titled Is 3D Printing Disruptive Technology?.
I believe 3D printing and what I suspect will be its offshoots will – among other things - increase productivity, reduce manufacturing costs, reduce labor hours.
For me,3D printing and its prospects is but one reason business owners need to adapt ever more quickly to change - and as highlighted in the book 50 Hurdles: Business Transition Simplified- continually question the long-term going concern viability of their businesses.
Is 3D Printing Disruptive Technology? (Visual Capitalist – review time 3 minutes, thinking time much longer).
And so,when the chairman of China's largest real estate developer worries out loud about the possible collapse of his firm in a declining housing market,"people ought to listen".
I suggest you read Vanke, China’s largest developer, admits fear of collapse. Again, China's near-term GDP growth rate is important to the world's near-term GDP growth rate – where the near-term world GDP growth rate is already lower than many believe will promote ongoing economic recovery in the U.S. and elsewhere . Or so I think.
Vanke, China’s largest developer, admits fear of collapse (Want China Times – reading time 3 minutes, thinking time longer).
A must-read article - I Recently Visited Greenland, And Now I’m Freaking Out About Climate Change!
The big problem with what appears to be ongoing noticeable weather change is: What can we as individuals really do about this but evidence more concern?
I Recently Visited Greenland, And Now I’m Freaking Out About Climate Change (Business Insider – reading time 2 minutes).
Take notice of this. It was announced on Monday (coincidentally being Labour Day) that Germany's GDP contracted by 2/10ths of 1 percent in Q2.
If nothing else, this ought to cause indigestion this morning for European Central Bank officials.
It’s official: German GDP contracted 0.2 per cent in the second quarter (CityAM – reading time 1minute).
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