What the West Doesn’t Get About China

By Admin, March 13, 2013


When many managers think about China, they imagine a container ship whose hold and deck are brimming with cartons of toys, clothing, iPhones, and other goods bound for the world’s consumer markets, whose populations power China’s economic engine. That view couldn’t be more wrong. Today, Asia’s ports mainly handle cargo moving within the region. — HBR


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