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Everything you need to know about entering and succeeding in the China market.
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Government Forces Big Pharma to Swallow a Bitter Pill

Government Forces Big Pharma to Swallow a Bitter Pill | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
China’s latest round of healthcare market controls could be a bitter pill for multinational pharmaceutical companies that now, after years of what some call easy profits, are adapting to a tougher business climate.The National Health and Family Planning Commission is demanding that multinationals cut prices on five types of drugs used for treating major ailments including cancer. Negotiations between the two sides, which started late last year, could reduce prices for these drugs by more than half, the commission says.
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Learning From China's Entrepreneurs

Learning From China's Entrepreneurs | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
The approach to business from these Chinese leaders is a good example for U.S. entrepreneurs.
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How China Can Avoid the Middle Income Trap

How China Can Avoid the Middle Income Trap | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
Without further institutional development, China is headed for the middle-income trap.
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Alibaba advances: How China is taking control of global trade

Alibaba advances: How China is taking control of global trade | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
Author and fintech expert Haydn Shaughnessy highlights bi-lateral trade corridors China's opening with India and Africa.
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China: Handsome foreigners could be spies

China: Handsome foreigners could be spies | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
China's government workers are being warned off dating handsome foreigners -- who may turn out to be spies.
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US Distorts Asia’s Wisdom about the World, Says Harvard Prof

US Distorts Asia’s Wisdom about the World, Says Harvard Prof | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
Asian philosophies have proven extremely influential in the United States, but are they being interpreted correctly? Frequently not, says Harvard China historian Michael Puett.
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Ox Herding, Industrial Policy and China IP

Ox Herding, Industrial Policy and China IP | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
Many Westerners have little sense of how deeply industrial policy is built into the China’s intellectual property system.   In the past, this blog has reported on some of the industry focused plans, such as the biotechnology plan and the development and execution of the National IP Strategy. China has also woken up to the problem…
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Top Ten Reasons Chinese Companies Fail In The U.S.

Top Ten Reasons Chinese Companies Fail In The U.S. | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
Top ten reasons why Chinese companies fail in America
Way back in 2010, I wrote an article for Forbes, entitled, Ten Reasons Chinese Companies Fail In The U.S. My top ten list in that article was as follows:
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Why Chinese Companies in Africa Are Improving Their Behavior

Why Chinese Companies in Africa Are Improving Their Behavior | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
Chinese companies around the world, particularly in Africa, have a well-earned reputation for being bad corporate citizens. There are countless stories of labor rights violations, disregard of environmental policies, and lack of engagement with local communities, among many other allegations. While all of these examples highlight a serious problem in China’s overseas corporate governance, it doesn’t tell the whole story.
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China spends record amount buying up foreign companies

China spends record amount buying up foreign companies | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
Chinese companies are on a $108 billion dollar record shopping spree, snapping up foreign firms at an incredible pace.
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Travel booking giant Ctrip invests $463M in China Eastern Airlines

Travel booking giant Ctrip invests $463M in China Eastern Airlines | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
China's biggest travel booking sites are quite literally taking to the skies. Fresh on the heels of Qunar's plan to launch an airline alongside unnamed..
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To do business successfully, understand the culture.

To do business successfully, understand the culture. | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it

A heart-wrenching commercial empowers the single 'leftover women' of China


"My daughter is not pretty," one mother says. "That is why she's 'leftover'."

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China Is Building a Robot Workforce.

China Is Building a Robot Workforce. | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
Can China reboot its manufacturing industry—and the global economy—by replacing millions of workers with machines?
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China Licensing Agreements: Giving Your Technology a New and Profitable Life

China Licensing Agreements: Giving Your Technology a New and Profitable Life | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
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China Manufacturing: The Fantasy And The Fiction

China Manufacturing: The Fantasy And The Fiction | Doing Business in China | Scoop.it
Do you know what your China factory is making for you?
A Facebook friend from China posted, Chinese Factory Worker Can’t Believe The Shit He Makes For Americans, and it is quickly getting likes, for good reason.
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