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Li Ning Torches Inventory. All Chinese Consumer Goods Companies Concede Their Inability To Compete With Foreign Companies.

Posted in China Business

Okay, so my headline grossly exagerates.  But the first sentence is absolutely true and I have a sophisticated blog reader who claims the second sentence is not that far off. Let me explain. The first sentence comes from Tom Orlick’s WSJ article, entitled, “Li Ning Torches Inventory.” In that article, Orlick (who, BTW, consistently does… Continue Reading

China: Protecting Gucci Handbags On $24 A Month

Posted in Legal News

China Business Blog just ran another in its “Don’t Quote Me” series of posts and, once again, it’s a good one.  This quote is from Ekkehard Rathgeber, President of Bertelsmann Direct Group Asia, regarding the views of rural Chinese government officials on enforcing intellectual property rights: ‘My people are poor; people in western China are… Continue Reading