Everyone who believes the world is flat must read this book..
The latter point is being addressed through an intense improvement effort, as well as strong efforts to recruit its overseas science/engineering students to return.
Using this information, companies can both protect their established turf as well as compete against Chinese companies in their own markets.
Not even a good or well argued idea, once again as in far too many business books stretched beyond what would have been a badly argued article to a bad argued bookPublished on December 24, 2012 by Varied reader
Wow, what an eye opener. The book provides "great" case studies on China's industries/companies and their relationship with the Chinese government; and how they are emerging as a... Read morePublished on August 19, 2008 by T. Wai
Chinese firms have a cost advantage. That is not news. However, this may be the first book to point out that emerging Chinese competitors - companies as powerful as the "dragon"... Read morePublished on November 28, 2007 by Rolf Dobelli
Very average book - a lot of anecdotal stories, no overall conceptPublished on October 2, 2007 by Michael