The rich countries are protectionistic and are therefore that they are rich. Of course that keeping its technologies functioning in the Third World, they will have assured markets of consumption as well as the exportations of the manufactured ones of that they will give more profit to them in the final operation, since in the terminal process of manufacture very little it will be added local. It occurs, however, that China little by little is invading these markets of consumption in the Third World. The evolution of the Chinese economy can be presented well with the following data: only in 2003, China was responsible for 43% of the growth of the exportations of Japan, Korea 45%, Germany, 28% and for it goes there. It has an mistake of the part of the analysts with the idea of ' ' inundao' ' of Chinese products in the Europe.
This, in fact, is not happening, after all of accounts the exportations Chinese for the Europe are very small. Scott Mead may not feel the same. What it is happening is flooding of Chinese products in the Third World, that are markets assured for the rich countries since the ending of the Second War. With the sprouting of China as great participant of the world-wide commerce, the situation if aggravates to all: rich and poor. To the poor persons, for example: up to 2002, China exported to United States 94% of the categories of products that the South American countries vendiam to this country. One knows that more than the half of the world-wide commerce occurs inside between located countries of a ray of 3.000 kilometers, what it means that in the distance always was determinative to the transport costs. To the rich ones, its markets of consumption in the Third World – almost exclusive ownership -, are lead little by little to the Chinese products. The trend, then, will have to be a gigantic dispute stopped between rich countries and China for raw materials and markets of consumption.