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The China Strategy
Edward Tse
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The China Strategy

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China's hundreds of thousands of businessmen and women are driving the fastest sustained national economic growth rate of any country in world history--even in these troubled times. This makes China both one of the most important locations for new business opportunities and a key component in any global business plan. But no one book has presented the many confusing and in ...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published March 2nd 2010 by Basic Books (AZ)
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Chris Aylott
Longtime business consultant Tse summarizes his advice for doing business in China. To summarize the summary, China is immensely big and complex, and anyone doing business there should be flexible and ready to take some risks. Which is good advice for almost any situation in modern life, come to think of it.

Somewhat more usefully, Tse charts the recent history of the Chinese business world -- there have been some interesting shifts -- and outlines the distinctions between China's tightly regulat
Christina Boyle
Halfway through the book, I was asking myself, "why am I reading a management consultant's whitepaper?"
Mar 20, 2012 Cem rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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This book is quite well-written. Although it takes a big-picture approach towards the 2nd largest economy in the world, it also deep-dives into the most important elements of China's growth such as value-chain migration, China integration for multi-nationals and various industry developments all within China. He basically says, through various examples, that China requires a localized and well-thought approach, and although its a very complicated market, the rewards of succeeding in China are tr ...more
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