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China’s Inflection Point – the Reform Agenda

China’s Inflection Point – the Reform Agenda | China | Scoop.it
As global investors are increasingly concerned about China’s slow down and the revision of its GDP targets, the Middle Kingdom is having to face up to a significant backlog of reform issues. China’s
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Why big American businesses fail in China

Why big American businesses fail in China | China | Scoop.it
Some of America’s strongest corporations have ventured into the People’s Republic, only to stagger out battered a few years later. Here’s why.
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Threats to foreign businesses when entering China.  Good examples of business Failures BUSS4

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Big firms to proliferate in emerging markets, study says

Big firms to proliferate in emerging markets, study says | China | Scoop.it
The number of large companies in emerging markets will surge in coming years, and they will become competitors but also customers for rich-country firms, a new study says....
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Why Tesco struggled to crack China

Why Tesco struggled to crack China | China | Scoop.it
With nearly 1.4 billion people, China is the biggest consumer market in the world. Yet the supermarket giant Tesco has found it tough to crack the market.

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Explaination of Tesco's decision to sell its Chinese business into a new joint venture with CRE. Left with a 20% stake and had to invest £300m+ into the JV; but at least it limits Tesco's losses in China.

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A nice short summary here of Tesco's decision to sell its Chinese business into a new joint venture with CRE. Left with a 20% stake and had to invest £300m+ into the JV; but at least it limits Tesco's losses in China and enables it to focus attention back here in the UK.

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Why has it taken Tesco 10 year to refine its strategy? What advantages do they hope for from the new approach? Who paid who in the creation of this new joint venture?

 

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A nice short summary here of Tesco's decision to sell its Chinese business into a new joint venture with CRE. Left with a 20% stake and had to invest £300m+ into the JV; but at least it limits Tesco's losses in China and enables it to focus attention back here in the UK.

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KKR is betting $556 million that your next washing machine will be Made in China

KKR is betting $556 million that your next washing machine will be Made in China | China | Scoop.it
Private equity giant Kohlberg Kravis Roberts is on a roll in China.

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Strategies and Paths of China Market Entry | BU...

Strategies and Paths of China Market Entry | BU... | China | Scoop.it
Mrs Wickson's insight: This is a long document but worth a look through at some of the advice to gain an insigfht into what samm to medium sized businesses could do when considering entering China.
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Tesco Confirms China Deal And UK Progress

Tesco Confirms China Deal And UK Progress | China | Scoop.it
A share price fall is contagious for rivals as the supermarket chain's boss admits its turnaround will take several years.
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Rising Wages Pose Dilemma for China

Rising Wages Pose Dilemma for China | China | Scoop.it
China is showing rapid increases in wages and signs of resilience in hiring despite slowing growth, a reassuring sign for leaders seeking to put more money in the pockets of ordinary Chinese, but a trend that could prove difficult to sustain as...

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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 | China | Scoop.it
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Coming home

Coming home | China | Scoop.it
IN 2005, A START-UP company from California called ET Water Systems decided to move its manufacturing operations to China. At the time there was a general exodus to...
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Something to use to highlits Threats in China (A1) BUSS4

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In China, Premium Sells: From Toothpaste to Cars to Banking

In China, Premium Sells: From Toothpaste to Cars to Banking | China | Scoop.it

Chinese consumers have developed a more sophisticated taste for life - Consumers’ increased awareness of product quality & safety is the trigger behind the premium trend.

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Examples of how the growing middle class have developed a demand for luxury goods

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Will China be too old to be rich?

Will China be too old to be rich? | China | Scoop.it
Mukul Devichand investigates whether China's rapidly ageing population will threaten its future economic prosperity.
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Insight into  rising wages due to an aging population.  Reasons why China is moving from mass cheap labour to consumerism and technology.

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Survey in China Shows a Wide Gap in Income

Survey in China Shows a Wide Gap in Income | China | Scoop.it
The disparities are especially evident when comparing earners in top-tier coastal cities and those in interior provinces.
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The End of Chinese Manufacturing and Rebirth of U.S. Industry

VideoTesla Motors robotics manufacturing There is great concern about China’s real-estate and infrastructure bubbles.  But these are just short-term challenges that China may be able to spend its way out of.

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Mapping China's Income Inequality

Mapping China's Income Inequality | China | Scoop.it
The economic gap between coastal and inland parts of the country is just as important—if not more so—than the urban/rural divide.

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