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Can P&G make money in places where people earn $2 a day? - Fortune Features

Can P&G make money in places where people earn $2 a day? - Fortune Features | P&G - China | Scoop.it
As Western companies duke it out for a piece of the developing-market pie, Procter & Gamble is going deeper  -- courting not just the newly rich but also the very poor. The company's vaunted R&D operation is turning up surprises.
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Western business struggles to break Chinese barriers

Western business  struggles to break Chinese barriers | P&G - China | Scoop.it
Conflicting decisions by Google and Rio Tinto highlight the contrasting approaches of companies seeking to gain ground in China, while claims of protectionism are adding to a chilly business climate
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Early Foothold in China Pays Off | Special: P&G at 175 - Advertising Age

Early Foothold in China Pays Off | Special: P&G at 175 - Advertising Age | P&G - China | Scoop.it
cincinnati giant bests rivals in country, but can p&g maintain its momentum
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Brand marketing in emerging markets - China/P&G

Brand marketing in emerging markets - China/P&G | P&G - China | Scoop.it
With stagnant markets and shrinking sales at home, companies around the world have turned to selling their products overseas, particularly in emerging markets such as China and India.  Nearly every...
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Foreign companies in China sound off on business policies

Foreign companies in China sound off on business policies | P&G - China | Scoop.it
BEIJING -- The heads of some leading U.S. and European multinationals have publicly questioned recently whether new Chinese policies and regulations are making China a more difficult place for foreign firms to do business.
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