Unplugged and unproductive

Unplugged and unproductive
August 6, 2014 Economist.com
Unplugged and unproductive

AT FIRST glance it would appear that China has gone digital with great gusto. The country now has more households with internet access than any other, and boasts an e-commerce industry that turned over $300 billion last year. So, it’s rather surprising to hear that much of Chinese business has still not plugged in AT FIRST glance it would appear that China has gone digital with great gusto.  to the internet and related trends such as cloud computing and “big data” analysis. What this means, is that these technologies’ biggest impact on the country’s economy is still to come. As of yet, China is still unplugged and unproductive – however unbelievable this may seem.

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