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以前都花爸媽的錢這一次終於可以自己買電腦
不管分期付款還是一次付清都好!還是想要找到CP值高的電腦


上網找CP值高的桌電或是筆記型電腦

現在還沒下決定是這台【主機+22型螢幕超值組】ASUS K20CE Intel雙核小型電腦(J3060-4G-1TB-W10)+ASUS 22型 螢幕好還是有別台推薦?

現在電腦實在太多了不知道要怎麼挑

當然有人推薦【主機+22型螢幕超值組】ASUS K20CE Intel雙核小型電腦(J3060-4G-1TB-W10)+ASUS 22型 螢幕



想了很多最後礙於金錢跟時間的考量我還是選擇買了【主機+22型螢幕超值組】ASUS K20CE Intel雙核小型電腦(J3060-4G-1TB-W10)+ASUS 22型 螢幕

價格合理送貨快速真的是一次好的購物體驗XD

而且因為是在網路上販售並沒有在實體店面所以 沒有那些人事費用價格就可以直接回饋價格給網民


而且很多 知名購物商城加入會員以後會不定時送電子折價券,所以其實買到的價格很多時候都比標價便宜很多

如果在購物商城買的話,除了有詳細的介紹以外,更有保障!!而且速度也很快~on09

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China Voice: Don't think twice about China, it's alright

BEIJING, March 9 (Xinhua) -- Global prospects are gloomy, stagnation has set in, and in the eye of the storm sits China.

Once the bellwether for global growth, China has increasingly found itself under the microscope after domestic markets experienced severe fluctuations. Yet, despite proclamations to the contrary, no crash materialized and the economy has maintained momentum.

However, this has done little to quell the storm whipped up by naysayers, who think they have plenty more reasons supporting their notions: local credit splurge, overcapacity, factory activity contraction, foreign trade dive, and money outflow.

Critics of China have pontificated on these shortcomings the world over, especially as China's national legislature meets this month to hammer out a blueprint for economic and social development in the coming five years.

The mood at home, however, is not so downbeat.

Premier Li Keqiang, in his government work report on Saturday, called China's economy flexible and resilient. After all, the country has huge foreign exchange reserves, low budget deficit, and the huge potential of urbanization.

Finance Minister Lou Jiwei, too, is confident, saying China has "enough policy tools and huge space for reform" to sustain medium-high expansion and achieve over 6.5 percent growth this year.

Can China make good use of those tools?

China's economic woes are no worse than other economy. So why all the pessimism?

The bottomline is that many economies have a biased distrust in China's ability to cope with the economic malaise.

When President Xi Jinping launched an anti-corruption drive three years ago, there were murmurs that an extensive anti-graft campaign would undermine economic growth. The logic was driven by the belief that the secret to doing business in China was "preferential policies."

The anti-graft campaign, in fact, can be used to illustrate, and understand, Xi's economic governance philosophy, which is to clearly define the roles of the market and the government.

China is keen to learn from its Western counterparts, especially when trying to resolve complicated problems, such as the middle-income trap in next five years.

Rather than taking the unsustainable route of printing money, China will follow a path of supply-side structural reform, which has been, tenuously, compared to the Reaganism of the 1980s.

China has intensified efforts to create an open, fair environment for innovative ideas, which will help ineffective sectors.

To do this, policymakers must walk a fine line between preventing systematic risks and reducing overcapacity while at the same time avoiding a credit bubble.

China pledged to create 10 million more jobs and will extend financial assistance to workers that lose their jobs as a result of restructuring.

The adjustment is "tough, but correct," says Axel Weber, chair of UBS Group AG. The real test lies in China's resolve to push reform forward amid global recession.

China may be on an uphill journey, but it has taken a first step in the right direction.

Related:

China's economy within "appropriate" range: gov't work report

BEIJING, March 5 (Xinhua) -- China's economy, which grew 6.9 percent last year, was within "an appropriate range," according to a government work report available to media Saturday morning before the opening of the annual parliamentary session.

The growth, one of the fastest in world's major economies, propelled China's gross domestic product to 67.7 trillion yuan (10.4 trillion U.S. dollars), according to the report. Full Story

Xinhua Insight: China targets economic growth of 6.5-7 pct in 2016

BEIJING, March 5 (Xinhua) -- China's economic growth rate target has been set at 6.5 to 7 percent in 2016, with an average annual growth rate of at least 6.5 percent through 2020, Premier Li Keqiang said Saturday when presenting the government work report to the annual parliamentary session.

Last year's target was "around 7 percent," and China registered 6.9 percent growth, the slowest expansion in a quarter of a century. Full Story


BEIJING, March 9 (Xinhua) -- Global prospects are gloomy, stagnation has set in, and in the eye of the storm sits China.

Once the bellwether for global growth, China has increasingly found itself under the microscope after domestic markets experienced severe fluctuations. Yet, despite proclamations to the contrary, no crash materialized and the economy has maintained momentum.

However, this has done little to quell the storm whipped up by naysayers, who think they have plenty more reasons supporting their notions: local credit splurge, overcapacity, factory activity contraction, foreign trade dive, and money outflow.

Critics of China have pontificated on these shortcomings the world over, especially as China's national legislature meets this month to hammer out a blueprint for economic and social development in the coming five years.

The mood at home, however, is not so downbeat.

Premier Li Keqiang, in his government work report on Saturday, called China's economy flexible and resilient. After all, the country has huge foreign exchange reserves, low budget deficit, and the huge potential of urbanization.

Finance Minister Lou Jiwei, too, is confident, saying China has "enough policy tools and huge space for reform" to sustain medium-high expansion and achieve over 6.5 percent growth this year.

Can China make good use of those tools?

China's economic woes are no worse than other economy. So why all the pessimism?

The bottomline is that many economies have a biased distrust in China's ability to cope with the economic malaise.

When President Xi Jinping launched an anti-corruption drive three years ago, there were murmurs that an extensive anti-graft campaign would undermine economic growth. The logic was driven by the belief that the secret to doing business in China was "preferential policies."

The anti-graft campaign, in fact, can be used to illustrate, and understand, Xi's economic governance philosophy, which is to clearly define the roles of the market and the government.

China is keen to learn from its Western counterparts, especially when trying to resolve complicated problems, such as the middle-income trap in next five years.

Rather than taking the unsustainable route of printing money, China will follow a path of supply-side structural reform, which has been, tenuously, compared to the Reaganism of the 1980s.

China has intensified efforts to create an open, fair environment for innovative ideas, which will help ineffective sectors.

To do this, policymakers must walk a fine line between preventing systematic risks and reducing overcapacity while at the same time avoiding a credit bubble.

China pledged to create 10 million more jobs and will extend financial assistance to workers that lose their jobs as a result of restructuring.

The adjustment is "tough, but correct," says Axel Weber, chair of UBS Group AG. The real test lies in China's resolve to push reform forward amid global recession.

China may be on an uphill journey, but it has taken a first step in the right direction.

Related:

China's economy within "appropriate" range: gov't work report

BEIJING, March 5 (Xinhua) -- China's economy, which grew 6.9 percent last year, was within "an appropriate range," according to a government work report available to media Saturday morning before the opening of the annual parliamentary session.

The growth, one of the fastest in world's major economies, propelled China's gross domestic product to 67.7 trillion yuan (10.4 trillion U.S. dollars), according to the report. Full Story

Xinhua Insight: China targets economic growth of 6.5-7 pct in 2016

BEIJING, March 5 (Xinhua) -- China's economic growth rate target has been set at 6.5 to 7 percent in 2016, with an average annual growth rate of at least 6.5 percent through 2020, Premier Li Keqiang said Saturday when presenting the government work report to the annual parliamentary session.

Last year's target was "around 7 percent," and China registered 6.9 percent growth, the slowest expansion in a quarter of a century. Full Story









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