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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao have just signed a number of new trade agreements, that they hope will boast both economies. Jiabao, who is in Brazil to attend the U.N. Rio+20 sustainable development summit, met with Rousseff to hammer out agreements for mining, industrial, aviation and infrastructure areas. They want to […]

According to an article written by Adam Roseman in ARC China’s newsletter, Starbucks Coffee Company has recently announced that it plans to acquire ownership of all its stores in China from Maxim’s Caterers Ltd. Starbucks said the transaction would enable it to increase profitability in China, because it would give the company more direct control […]

Certainly, in order to do business in another country, there are many things that you must take into consideration.  For those who have been successful at doing business in China, like ARC China with Adam Roseman, they have followed through with these tips, and have found many of their own as well. Before investing in […]

In the most recent ARC China weekly newsletter, Adam Roseman wrote that China is soon going to overtake Japan as the second largest economy in the world.  He reports that this is changing “everything from the global balance of military and financial power to how cars are designed.” China almost surpassed Japan in 2009, but […]


In: Business News

2 Apr 2009

The following article, 20 businesses run by people in their 20s, appeared in Entrepreneur. Call it the entrepreneurial generation. Those born in 1977 and thereafter–many of whom are in their 20s–are more interested in starting their own businesses, and at younger ages, than any previous generation. University programs in entrepreneurialism were rare years ago, but […]

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