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It has been suggested that the picture of the newborn baby on the cover of the first issue of Colors which was also used in a billboard campaign, was the most censored picture in history.


 
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Over 70 percent of the world’s sex toys are made in China. Before the 2008 financial crisis, six out of seven of them were exported. After it, China’s sex-toy exports dropped by a quarter, but domestic appetite for them had grown, and has kept growing. More than 1,000 Chinese manufacturers are hoping to capitalize, like the Ningbo Yamei plastic-toy factory in Fenghua, Zhejiang, which entered the business only three years ago. Of the 300,000 vibrators it made last year, two-thirds remained in the country.

China may have the world’s second-largest economy, but the economies of its best customers, Europe and the USA, are in trouble. China needs to start selling products within its borders: domestic consumer spending still only contributes to around a third of its economic growth, compared to 70 percent in the USA. But the main obstacle may be that, as recently as 2009 the number of Chinese people living on less than US$2 a day was over 468 million – more than the populations of the USA, Canada and Mexico combined. There is hope – average incomes in China have risen 13 percent in the past year – but the economic giant’s GDP per person is still lower than that of Albania.

 
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Walmart has an annual revenue greater than the GDP of 9 in 10 countries. It employs 2.2 million people - the world's second largest workforce after the Chinese Army. It serves 200 million customers a week, including one-third of the US population. It is one of the top five largest corporations in the world, and the only one of those that doesn’t sell oil. Walmart is primarily a grocery retailer, although it does its best to sell anything its customers might want, calculated with the help of a consumer database so detailed that only the Pentagon keeps more information on us citizens.

In 1999, Walmart employee Michael Rice died of a fatal heart attack in his employer's parking lot. Walmart, along with corporations like Nestlé USA and Walt Disney, had taken life-insurance policies out on its lowest-paid workers – also known as “deadpeasant insurance” – and after Rice’s death a week later, Walmart collected US$300,000. His family received nothing. (eksərpt from colorsmagazine.com)


 

 

 
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