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The Pay After Tomorrow
Subject: The Pay After Tomorrow
Send date: 2012-03-12 08:34:20
Issue #: 128
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Piggy BankParents who bought open-ended education plans from pre-need companies were left holding the bag after firms failed to honor maturing contracts. Is there a way out of the mess?

It’s like paying a company to force you to save. This is how the pre-need industry works. Read more >>

Lubeg We gave you a glimpse of some of the more popular food from the Philippines. Here’s more.

Laing: Coconut creamed and spiced taro (also known as gabi) stalk and leaves are popular in the Philippines’ Bicol Region. Canning this native dish proved to be a challenge for years, but it was finally done less than a decade back. Read more >>

Green Ocean StrategyIn last year’s October issue, we introduced the concept of the Green Ocean Marketing Strategy, which is a more practical and results-driven approach for SMEs doing business in Asia. It was heartwarming to receive feedback from China Business readers that they found this an interesting strategy model since it does not require too much investment nor a radical change in their current business practices. This is because the Green Ocean Marketing Strategy is more about enhancing a value proposition.

Another good thing about Green Ocean is that is can apply to almost any industry; retail, banking, insurance, food, manufacturing, etc. And it does not require a specialist to understand. Read more >>

March 2012: Nation Gone Vertical

March 2012

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