Buying Behaviour

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* Công nhân ở các nước nghèo được thuê bởi các nước giàu mang lại nhiều lợi ích ở một vài khía cạnh như kinh tế, giáo dục và công nghệ. * Về mặt kinh tế, điều này giúp tạo ra nhiều cơ hội việc làm cho người lao động chân tay, giúp giảm tỷ lệ thất nghiệp. Hơn thế họ sẽ có thu nhập ổn định để cải thiện cuộc sống. Ví dụ như Nhật Bản xây dựng nhà máy sản xuất ô tô lớn ở Việt Nam đã tạo ra khoảng 5,000 cơ hội việc làm tại công xưởng. Điều này đóng góp không nhỏ vào việc giúp giảm tỉ lệ thất nghiệp tại Việt Nam. Theo dữ liệu ghi lại được của cục thống kê, trong những năm gần đây thì tỷ lệ thất nghiệp giảm 65% khi các công ty nước ngoài thuê công nhân của nước nghèo. * Với giáo dục, nhân công từ nước nghèo được đào tạo, học thêm những kĩ năng để thực hiện và phục vụ các công việc phức tạp như kĩ thuật. Điều này giúp họ có thêm những kinh nghiệm thực tiễn cái mà rất có nhiều lợi ích và làm tăng trình độ của công nhân so với các công nhân làm việc trong các nhà máy nội địa. Số liệu chỉ ra rằng gần 90% công nhân làm việc ở nhà máy nước ngoài có chuyên môn kỹ thuật cao hơn những người làm việc ở công ty nội địa. * Cuối cùng là công nghệ, các nước nghèo hoặc các doanh nghiệp cùng ngành tại các nước nghèo có thể học tập được các công nghệ tiên tiến và phương pháp quản lý từ các doanh nghiệp lớn. Do vậy, nền công nghiệp tại các nước nghèo có thể được phát triển. Nhờ có sự đầu tư của Nhật tại Vietnam, các doanh nghiệp đã học được những công nghệ tiên tiến như việc đưa vào sử dụng loại máy MTA08, JK003AH trong sản xuất ô tô đang là…...

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