Tag Archives: Chinese Consumers

Changing Chinese Tastes See Indian Tea Imports Rise

Selling coal to Newcastle? Sand to the Arabs? Refrigerators to the Eskimos? Changing tastes and consumer behavior in China are seeing the country that invented tea – and has it by the millions of tons – importing increasing amounts of the same commodity from India. Continue reading

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Selling to China & India’s Middle Class – It’s a Vietnam Manufacturing Play

How to target China and India’s emerging middle class consumers through a manufacturing base in Vietnam. The reason for this manufacturing suggestion is because Vietnam is a member of ASEAN, which has free trade agreements with both China and India. Continue reading

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