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Chinese Per Capita Growth Through 2018 and Us

  Chinese per capita growth is a bigger story than China being the number 2 country by GDP. This map comes from an even better graphic projecting Chinese top notch growth to continue. See  it  all here on Wikipedia. China’s Gini Coefficient has some of the same problems as the US with an increasing gap between […]

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China Growth as a Spur to the World Economy and Not an Anchor

China Growth and planning criticized again. All Roads has a thought up that I cannot buy into.  He further wants to give Beijing advice when they understand the problems much better than he does. All Roads is insinuating that the world cannot feed itself, and China cannot manage this growth. China, as I have said before, […]

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Hiring Sales People in China and Keeping Them

Hiring sales people in China does not have to be so hit and miss. With right thinking you can have great sales people and even a great team. 12 Steps to Hiring Sales People in China and Keeping Them 1. Clarify what and how you need the salesman to sell. (Most companies do this pretty […]

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Posted in: China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Market Entry, Motivating Workers, Resumes, System, Team Development

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Small Business Export to China Can Be Done More

Western Small Business export to China is rarely done with passion. Small Businesses are understandably wary of the mystery of the China market. However, Manufacturing.net has an aricle that is definitely worth looking at on this topic. See the whole thing here   Let me also paste some below. Small Business Export to China too little […]

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China Reform is Succeeding in 2013

China Reform is on, and this article finally explains it well. Not everyone could misunderstand the Chinese economy. China made Africa rich buying minerals over the last decade but that will wind down and the Developed Countries stand to make money as China becomes a consumer driven economy. Yahoo! put up a Reuters’ article that […]

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The End of the Chinese Business Miracle or Madness at Forbes?

Chinese business can continue growing regardless of what so called experts say. Forbes says the Chinese Miracle is over here. Oh my.  Let me show you what Chicken Little has concluded. For this to continue, China had to maintain its wage differential indefinitely. But China had another essential policy: Beijing was terrified of unemployment and […]

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Business in China and Controlling Risks

Does Business in China have to be like this tightrope walker?  My friend, Kent Kedl, is Managing Director of Control Risks for Greater China. They very literally helps companies control risks in risky regions. Kent has a video at Asia Society that you can see here. In it he talks about complexity in doing business in China and […]

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Posted in: China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Government Issues, Market Entry

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Do Good Business in China: Get Boots on the Ground

Doing good business in China by flying back and forth is not the way forward for your business. Getting boots and the right boots on the ground is a key step. China Law Blog has a great blog up on building your brand in China, and I recommend you read the whole post here. I paste one […]

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Hurray! Reform over Breakneck Growth in China

Several articles have come out in recent weeks including this one.  Here is a quote from the article. “The plan is still to induce some short-term pain in exchange for long-term sustainability,” said Yao. “That is still the most sensible choice, but sure, they need to make some marginal adjustments to make sure the economy […]

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