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Huawei now #1 in Communications Equipment

Huawei now #1 in Communications Equipment | Buss4 China | Scoop.it
Drawing from China's huge mobile communications market, Huawei became the world's largest communications equipment supplier in 2013, overtaking Ericsson, according to the Chinese-language CBN Weekly.
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FRANK FEATHER ~ Business Futurist's curator insight, April 16, 2014 7:46 AM

Huawei has relentlessly outcompeted the world's telecom equipment makers to become Number 1 in the industry, ahead of Ericsson and Cisco, and having blasted Nortel to oblivion a few years back. Now the 4G leader, it is busy developing 5G. Huawei is an example of how other innovative Chinese companies will come to dominate various industry markets globally.

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BlackBerry may exit handset business if it can't make profit, says CEO

BlackBerry may exit handset business if it can't make profit, says CEO | Buss4 China | Scoop.it
Chief executive at struggling Canadian company says he has 'short' timeframe for decision because he is 'losing money and burning cash'.
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BUSS4 - Want Good Analysis? Think How & Why? - Tutor2u

BUSS4 - Want Good Analysis? Think How & Why? - Tutor2u | Buss4 China | Scoop.it
These are the two important words for students preparing for BUSS4 and as they practice their essay technique. So, why is that? And how can they be used? ...

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China's luxury goods market slows down growth

China's luxury goods market slows down growth | Buss4 China | Scoop.it

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How IKEA adapted its strategies to expand and become profitable in China - Business Today

How IKEA adapted its strategies to expand and become profitable in China - Business Today | Buss4 China | Scoop.it
RT @tutor2u_graham: This is simply stunning for #buss4. How IKEA adapted its strategies to expand into china. WOW! http://t.co/viRIFXQHK2

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Why Localisation Is Important for Success in China – Yum! Brands and the Rapid Growth of KFC

Why Localisation Is Important for Success in China – Yum! Brands and the Rapid Growth of KFC | Buss4 China | Scoop.it
Businesses from outside China trying to sell in China face a critical question as they try to enter China. How far should they go to adapt or redesign (“localise”) their products and services to meet the needs and wants of customers in China?

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China Prepares Way for New Low in Growth - Wall Street Journal

China Prepares Way for New Low in Growth - Wall Street Journal | Buss4 China | Scoop.it
Wall Street Journal China Prepares Way for New Low in Growth Wall Street Journal China's premier offered the strongest and most public signal yet that the country is bracing for a new low in growth, as trade officials reported a surprise drop in...
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China’s Alibaba preparing to enter US e-commerce market

China’s Alibaba preparing to enter US e-commerce market | Buss4 China | Scoop.it
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is set to make its presence felt in the US by launching an online shopping site through its subsidiaries Vendio and Auctiva, as Reuters first confirmed.

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China Is Crashing … As Predicted | Zero Hedge

China Is Crashing … As Predicted | Zero Hedge | Buss4 China | Scoop.it
Total Chinese banking assets currently stand at some CNY147 trillion, around 2 ½ times GDP. As such, they have doubled in the past four years of increasingly misplaced investment and frantic real estate speculation, adding ...
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Samsung and Apple BEWARE: Huawei is coming to eat your lunch

Samsung and Apple BEWARE: Huawei is coming to eat your lunch | Buss4 China | Scoop.it
Cheap Chinese Landfill AndroidTM? HAH! You fool

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