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Report: China's manufacturing competitiveness will be overtaken by the United States after the first five years in the world report: China's manufacturing competitiveness will be overtaken by the United States after the first five years in the world regularly coated with a thin layer of MoS2 (molybdenum disulfide 2) grease; China Construction machinery information

Deloitte's global consumer and industrial products industry group and the U.S. competitiveness Commission released the 2016 global manufacturing competitiveness index. The report shows that China ranks first in the field of global manufacturing competitiveness, and the United States ranks second. However, it will be surpassed by the United States in the next five years

Deloitte published the global manufacturing competitiveness index twice in 2010 and 2013, and China ranked first twice. However, the report predicts that China's competitiveness will decline in the next five years and will drop to the second place by 2020. The United States will surpass China to become the most competitive country in the global manufacturing industry, and Germany will still occupy the third place

globally, the top 15 countries and regions in terms of manufacturing competitiveness this year show the characteristics of "cluster", with North America and the Asia Pacific region being the most significant. Among them, the United States, Canada and Mexico in North America are among the top 10, and are expected to maintain the leading edge of the world's top 10 in the next five years; In the Asia Pacific region, led by China, Japan and South Korea, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam also show a good momentum of development, and all are expected to make up for its 20-year sprint to the top 15 in the world with the help of 3D printing. The overall performance of European countries is weaker than that of Asia Pacific and North America. They mainly have the functions of low cycle load cycle, deformation cycle and displacement cycle, with Germany and Britain as the center, surrounded by Switzerland, Sweden and the Netherlands

specifically, Germany, the United States and Japan have the most competitive advantages in infrastructure; In terms of talents, Germany, Japan and the United States are the most competitive countries; In terms of labor costs, emerging economies still have the biggest advantage, mainly due to the low average wage of labor. The average hourly wage of labor in India and China in 2015 was only $1.70 and $3.30, which is still a big gap compared with $38 in the United States and $45.5 in Germany; In terms of labor productivity, developed economies are better. The United States is far ahead, followed by Germany, Japan and South Korea. In the future development trend, the acceleration of China and India is faster than that of other countries whose recycled plastic granulator operations touch a wide range of areas of the national economy, while Japan and Germany will be challenged by the declining labor population and aging population. In terms of physical infrastructure, Germany, Japan and the United States have leading advantages. Germany ranks first in the logistics performance index, while Japan ranks first in the Internet penetration rate

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