The whole process of copper casting production and product sales
The skill distance theory of copper casting. Put forward by the American economist Posler, the central idea is that there is a distance between the birth of new skills, new industries, and new products between the thriving countries and the developing countries. Dynamic contrast advantage theory. There are two representative theories: one is the "theory of the development of the geese industry" proposed by the Japanese economist Akamatsu; the second is the "product cycle theory" proposed by the American economic expert Vernon, that is, the production of products follows the following path: import →Domestic production→new product development→domestic shopping malls constitute a product export→cost and skill export→product import→development of newer products...this continues to increase in cycles. Product life cycle theory. This theory was put forward by Vernon and believed that any product has a life cycle: innovation period (skills innovation period), development period (skills dispersion period), veteran period (skills block period), aging period, and then The next round of innovation, development, seasoning, and growing old will continue to cycle. "The remaining way out" theory. This theory was put forward by the British economist John Mueller, and the Myanmar economist Myint made a systematic analysis of it.
The theory believes that different regions have different levels of remaining production capacity, so it is necessary to find a way out for the remaining copper casting products through interregional transactions, obtain comparative benefits, and promote the optimization of regional industrial structure and economic growth. The content of regional economic cooperation Regional economic cooperation includes four aspects: industrial transaction cooperation, financial cooperation, labor cooperation and scientific and technical cooperation. Industrial transaction cooperation includes two aspects: production cooperation in the manufacturing industry and processing transaction cooperation: copper casting production Collaboration means that companies in different regions complete the production activities of a certain product together. Generally, the cooperative companies undertake the production of some products or some processes in the total project, and finally complete all projects together. A typical production collaboration means that the parties involved in the collaboration produce some parts of their products based on their own technical advantages and capital endowments, then carry out final assembly, and then sell the products to domestic and foreign markets, sharing the benefits. In order to carry out production collaboration very well, the two sides of the collaboration should often exchange skills during the production process, innovate together, and develop together.
Processing transaction collaboration refers to the collaboration between the two sides of the collaboration in the entire process of the origin of raw materials, the production of copper castings and the sale of products. The primary methods are production of samples (drawings), processing of supplied materials, installation of supplied parts and compensation transactions. Supplement. "Three to one supplement" is an important part of regional economic cooperation, which is generally carried out between regions and companies with different development levels. In the meantime, the more prosperous party acts as the client and uses its technical information advantages to supply product styles, machinery and equipment and skills to sell and open up shopping malls; the less prosperous party uses labor advantages to process and produce according to demand, and each obtains corresponding benefits . For example, the opening policy of "two ends outside" implemented in the early reform of China. Fund cooperation Fund cooperation refers to the economic cooperation activities carried out on both sides of the cooperation centered on fund raising and investment. The inter-regional activities of funds mainly include direct investment cooperation and direct investment cooperation.