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Category Archives: China Breaks Out
Near People’s Square, Shanghai Skyline in Silhouette 0700 hrs. Walking the floor at both CES in Las Vegas and Electronica China in Shanghai within a ten-week space provides one with a clear view of how far Chinese enterprise has come, … Continue reading
“The small American businessman has long complained about how difficult it is for him to survive in the competition with the large American corporation,” [Walter] Lippmann warned. “What will he do when he has to face the competition of totalitarian … Continue reading
Hutong West Sunday Afternoon Countdown to Morning in Beijing 1526 hrs. Much ink and focus has been given of late to understanding China’s political evolution. Too little, on the other hand, has been given to what it will all mean … Continue reading
Hutong West Santa Ana Fever 1124 hrs. When we talk about broad categories of Chinese enterprises, we focus on ownership: state-owned enterprises, or those companies owned and guided by the government; private enterprises, or those companies owned by other companies … Continue reading
Xiaomi is stepping outside of China. Best case scenario: success beyond its home shores is years away. Continue reading
“Brazil leads in BRICS’s brands” Jerry Clode Added Value – Source March 17, 2013 In a thought-provoking article in AddedValue’s Source blog, Jerry Clode notes that Brazil’s brands are going global while China and India’s brands seem mired at home. … Continue reading