Gartner Research

Doing Business in China: Does Your Company Need an Exit Strategy?

Published: 02 October 2008

ID: G00181564

Analyst(s): Jane Barrett , C.J. Wehlage


With the Beijing Olympics behind us, will it be business as usual in China? With the changes in currency, evolution of the Chinese local market, and shifts in low-cost country sourcing, we hope not. The radical change in markets calls for a radical change in sourcing, market penetration, and supply chain financing.

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