April 26, 2018

Press Clippings

 


InterChina's consultants regularly contribute articles to international publications or make presentations at public events on topics related to doing business in China. Our press clippings are available for download below.

   The glass is half full (but filling up...)
  China buys more machines and leapfrogs into automated solutions.
  Cecimo Magazine PDF  | English  |  2015-01-20

   Learning to Stand in Turbulence
  InterChina's President, Jan Borgonjon, had his annual Business Forecast article published in AmCham Beijing's magazine, Business Now.
  Business Now PDF  | English  |  2014-12-01

   In China, Go for Broke or Accept that Less Is More
  Global cosmetic and personal care powerhouse, Revlon, recently announced plans to pull out of China. The country only represented 2% of Revlon’s global sales despite its well-recognized status as the world’s most significant skincare market. Other multinational corporations operating in China, however, do not have the luxury to pull the brake. There is a massive divide arising for MNCs and their strategic positioning… go for broke or accept that less is more…neither of which is an easy approach to report back to headquarters.
  Harvard Business Review PDF  | English  |  2014-04-04

   The Tao of Cow
  The German Chamber of Commerce in China's bi-monthly publication, The German Chamber Ticker, featured InterChina in discussing "The Tao of Cow: Food Safety in China" by Frank Gibson. The issue discusses the overall theme of China's Wealth: High Life in the Middle Income; while the food safety article highlights China's long road ahead to a safe food supply chain despite the country's abundant wealth.
  The German Chamber Ticker PDF  | English  |  2014-04-01

   McDonald's Beefs up China business
  InterChina's Managing Partner and Sector Head of F&B, James Sinclair, speaks on CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" regarding McDonald's plans in China. CNBC's China correspondent, Eunice Yoon, interviews Mr. Sinclair and reports how McDonald's 1600 stores in China are making a push to upgrade its menu to better meet Chinese consumer needs as it suffers from disappointing sales in its domestic market.
  CNBC’s “Squawk On The Street” PDF  | English  |  2014-03-17

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