Doctor Yourself

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Canadian business

       Forbes a cotat Canada, ca fiind cea mai buna tara pentru a face afaceri :


  Cei care au venit sa faca afaceri in Canada, au o parere total opusa : investitorul de la Wind Mobile spune prin toata presa, cat de mult regreta ca a investit in Canada http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2011/11/17/f-naguib-sawiris.html


La inceput, i s-a interzis intrarea pe piata canadiana, din cauza ca, compania nu era suficient de ... canadiana ( exista lege specifica pentru asta : ce procent din proprietari trebuie sa fie canadieni, ce procent din angajati sa fie canadieni, etc ). Din aceasta cauza, omul spune ca, Canada are reguli antice, destinate sa raneasca productivitatea economiei " .
     Adica vin cu milioane de dolari sa-i investesc in tara la tine, si tu zici " nu", pe motiv ca nu's suficient de canadian ... 
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"Sawiris said Canada’s antiquated telecom rules are destined to hurt the economy’s productivity and dampen innovation."  http://www.mississauga.com/news/business/article/1246813--canada-a-mistake-wind-mobile-investor-says

 "However, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission put the network in doubt when it ruled Globalive was a foreign-controlled company that did not meet domestic ownership requirements.
Industry Minister Tony Clement, the former MPP for Mississauga-Brampton West, intervened to allow Globalive to operate in Canada, prompting a lower court to rule that Cabinet had overstepped its authority. That decision was successfully appealed by Ottawa and Wind Mobile."


" In 2009 a new Canadian wireless company named WIND Mobile had initial efforts to enter the Canadian market blocked by the CRTC -- who argued that the company technically wasn't Canadian enough. Specifically, the CRTC argued that because WIND was 60% funded by 61% owned by Orascom, a telecom company that does ample business in the Middle East, Africa, Europe and South Asia -- they couldn't do business in Canada. However, the Canadian government ultimately over-ruled the CRTC and allowed WIND to do business and bring a new layer of wireless competition to Canada."


http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/court-victory-clears-way-for-globalive/article2051910/


Tot el afirma cum Canada este singura tara din lume, care, la fel ca si China nu este deschisa investitiilor directe de capital strain ( ca i-a fost mult mai simplu sa faca afaceri in Pakistan decat in Canada ).
   Si in plus, are legi invechite si ridicole si nimic nu se intampla . Nu exista o politica reala, care sa introduca competitia, in aceasta piata inchisa, spune el.
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Canada is the only country in the world, besides China, that hasn't opened up to foreign direct investment for foreign capital, Sawiris said. "I don't know why Canada wants to be matched with China," he said. "There's only two countries [with] very ridiculous old laws, and nothing is happening."
"There's no real political will here to introduce competition into this closed market," he said.
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Insa, datorita faptului ca a reusit sa intre pe piata canadiana si le-a spart cartelul, preturile au scazut cu 30 % la ceilalti operatori de telefonie mobila. Pana sa vina Wind, telefonia mobila era un lux in Canada : apelul era platit atat de cel care il facea, cat si de catre cel pe care il sunai. Plateai si apelul in asteptare ( adica timpul scurs de cand fromai numarul, pana cand raspundea sau nu apelatul. Chiar daca nu raspundea, apelul in asteptare tot il plateai ). Plateai separat daca voiai casuta de mesagerie. Plateai separat daca voiai call display ( sa-ti arate cine te-a sunat ) : si acum tot separat platesti ...
    Chiar si as, tarifele erau exorbitant de scumpe (si inca sunt, cu tot cu scaderea aceea de 30 % ).
Roamningul este la fel .... enorm de scump. Cel mai scump dintre tarile O..E.C.D.

 
In may 2011, OECD a dat un raport care arata cum Canada are cele mai mari taxe de roaming din lume :


Atat de mari sunt preturile de roaming, incat chiar daca scazi pana la 99 % din pret, tot iesi in profit ... Asa face o companie americana de telefoane din Vancouver, care ofera  canadienilor care calatoresc in USa, roaming cu pana la 99 % mai putin decat companiile canadiene care detin monopolul pietei de telefonie mobila "

 
In 2010, Bank of America Merrill Lynch a scos un raport care arata ca din 50 de tari intervievate, canadienii platesc cele mai mari facturi la telefonie mobila si sunt lideri in lume la lungimea contractelor de telefonie mobila : in medie, 3 ani un contract. 
   Noroc ca anii trecuti au intrat pe piata firme gen Wind si Mobilicity, care i-au eliberat pe canadieni de contractele inrobitoare ( ca termene si ca preturi ),
 

Din ce cauza telefonul mobil este un lux in Canada ? Canadian media democracy groups spune ca din cauza ca pe piata canadiana este monopol detinut de 3 firme mamut : Rogers , Bell si Telus, consumatorul este vulnerabil la exploatare , preturile sunt enorme, iar piata are nevoie de concurenta. 
   Mda, doar ca " concurenta" se plange ca i se pun mereu bete in roate .

Tot grupul  de mai sus, afirma ca inovatia si tehnologia in Canada e blocata, ceea ce lasa Canada mult in urma altor tari. 
Mda. In Canada inca majoritatea consumatorilor, avem internet din ala prin telefon fix, cum era in Romania prin antichitatea internetului ...