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It's getting a lot harder for global brands to win in China

CNN Money Top Stories

08/02/2021 - 22:45

Changing tastes and the challenge from new Chinese rivals are forcing US and European companies including Apple and Starbucks to adopt new strategies to succeed in the world's second biggest economy.


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