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With China poised to overtake Japan to become the world's No. 2 economy in 2010, North American...

With China poised to overtake Japan to become the world's No. 2 economy in 2010, North American companies that understand what Chinese consumers want stand to earn hefty profits. Shaun Rein fingers four he says have the right idea: AAPL, WMT, ADY, DD.
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  • delbertino
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    I'm reminded of those Chinese documentaries on tv that carry you up 20 million stairs, through a cloud where this village of the Immortals typically, live to be over a hundred years old; I'm lookin' into this walnut oil thing; here's a maxim: every country that has invaded China, has found that they must become Chinese to get the job done; they swallow you; I see China as having things their way or no way; I don't see them as an open society; I'll play them as they play us: indirectly;
    5 Jan 2010, 07:11 PM Reply Like
  • mike mohr
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    This is the most stupid idea. Chinese are not known to be big spenders, they are big savers.
    5 Jan 2010, 09:06 PM Reply Like
  • mike mohr
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    You must be a fool to think Chinese spend money. Here is a good example.
    Now, outsource American jobs to China.

     

    China pirated the code to a U.S. software maker's Internet content filtering software, incorporating it into the censorware it uses to block Chinese citizens' access to sites the government deemed politically undesirable, a lawsuit filed Tuesday said.

     

    Santa Barbara, Calif.-based Cybersitter LLC made the allegations in a lawsuit brought against China and seven major computer makers, including Sony, Lenovo and Toshiba. The company is seeking $2.2 billion in damages.

     

    "This lawsuit aims to strike a blow against the all-too-common practices of foreign software manufacturers and distributors who believe that they can violate the intellectual property rights of small American companies with impunity without being brought to justice in U.S. courts," Cybersitter attorney Greg Fayer said.
    5 Jan 2010, 09:37 PM Reply Like
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