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Underwear production base in China - Shenhu Town, Shishi - fiber coupled laser diode

06th April 2011
  A, underwear industry, steady growth, large-scale clearly highlights Shenhu Town underwear industry, 80 originated in the early 20th century, accompanied by the introduction of reform and opening-up policy, hard-working and courageous people of Sha... Read >
Author: ewfgwe

Apparel and Garments Business in India: Things To Know

13th January 2011
A number of local cultures exist in India that adds to the plethora of clothing styles. This provides a great opportunity for apparel manufacturers to make big profits. Besides, the Indian apparel and garment manufacturers are known for blending tradition... Read >
Author: Vaiv Jais

Export Product Pricing Policy (EPPP)

01st December 2010
Pricing strategy is a complicated matter in Foreign trade. Pricing always determined on various factors in export business. Country Economy, political situation, per ca pita income, GDP growth purchasing power of consumers, consuming habits of products, e... Read >
Author: Mahipat Singh (Foreign Trade Expert)

The price strategy of International sports brands

22nd September 2010
More and more foreign sport brands have aimed their target to the second and third tier markets. In fact, Adidas after suffering from the inventory crisis of Beijing Olympic, has taken a more concrete action to the second and third tier markets. In the pa... Read >
Author: Alma

World Textile and Apparel Trade and Production Trends: the USA, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexi

30th March 2010
US consumer expenditure on clothing and footwear fell by 1.1% in 2008 and continued to decline in the first half of 2009 as the recession took hold. Reflecting the downturn, there was a 10.6% fall in the volume of US textile and clothing imports in the fi... Read >
Author: Sandip

An Action Plan for General Motors

29th March 2010
GM holds its own, even thrives, in many markets beyond our borders. The following are some suggestions to help "The General" not only get back on its feet again, but to halt the bleeding in North America. File For Bankruptcy -- It is time to play hardb... Read >
Author: Rex Haney

History of Samsung

15th September 2009
Samsung began life in South Korea being founded by Lee Byung - Chull in 1938 a very hard working and ambitious man. He always approached any market that he wanted into with the attitude that his company would quickly push to top of that particular field. ... Read >
Author: James Thompson

:::LOCALIZATION MARKETING:::

05th August 2009
Localization is a tool that helps in the sale of a product. A product must be highly attuned to the expectations of the target audience and those who influence that audience. To be successful, localization must pay particular attention to the age-range, l... Read >
Author: SpanishTarget.com

The Origin Of China Black Tea

13th March 2009
Like all typical teas, China black tea comes from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant grown originally in the Yunnan Province of China and available only for export to the foreign markets. Today, China black tea is still a favorite among tea drink... Read >
Author: Jonas Smith

International Marketing, Internationalization, Globalization

12th February 2007
The international markets are of a growing importance for small and medium-sized companies (SME). International business cares for an increase in turnover, levelling of the turnover if the local economy is weak and offers more intensive knowledge of the c... Read >
Author: Michael Richter
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