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Online fashion retailer Asos launches Chinese website

Online fashion retailer Asos launches Chinese website | section A - China | Scoop.it
Asos.cn is eighth country-specific website for e-tailer, which operates in 237 countries and has seen soaring sales

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Martin Seery's curator insight, December 30, 2013 3:10 AM

Happy new year, A2 business students!

Mr Jones's curator insight, February 4, 2014 6:57 AM

Most obvious nest move for fast growing ASOS. Will the social media approach that has worked elsewhere in the world be as effective in driving Chinese sales?

Sheron Karunatilake's curator insight, May 10, 2014 3:53 PM

THREATS/ TECHNOLOGY

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China's smartphone makers catching up with western rivals

China's smartphone makers catching up with western rivals | section A - China | Scoop.it

Xiaomi outsells Apple and Samsung in China where more than a third of all smartphones sold, with Yulong and ZTE competing


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- apple high market leader in phone sales

- china beginning to grow further in more competitive market sectors

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tutor2u's curator insight, August 31, 2013 6:24 PM

Introducing Xiaomi - some are calling it the "Apple of China".  #buss4

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Timeline: Tesco's challenges in China | #BUSS4 ...

Timeline: Tesco's challenges in China | #BUSS4 ... | section A - China | Scoop.it
Tesco made its move to enter China in 2004, buying a stake in local hypermarket operator Hymall. After a challenging nine years, the UK retailer is in talks to merge its business there with local retailer China Resources Enterprise.

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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 | section A - 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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