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In Shanghai’s Shadows
Subject: In Shanghai’s Shadows
Send date: 2012-03-19 11:07:47
Issue #: 129
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Chinese VillageA father bids a tearful farewell to his family who will wait in their provincial village for the money he will send them, accompanied by the occasional letter.

The only thing that keeps it from being a scene in a Filipino soap opera is this: The family is Chinese, and it happens in China. Read more >>

Yuan Protecting the state and its interest has always been the top priority of China and its people since ancient times. The Great Wall is a testament to this.

But as its economic rival the United States presses the Chinese government to stop pegging the yuan to its dollar, China faces a new challenge as imports surged for the first time since April 2004, resulting in a trade deficit amounting to US$7.2 billion. Read more >>

Think about one of the strongest brands from Asia, and chances are that Singapore Airlines (SIA) and its long-serving, almost iconic Singapore Girl easily come to mind. SIA has consistently been one of the most profitable airlines globally, and has always had the reputation of a trendsetter and industry challenger. There are several good reasons for this. Most relates directly to the strong brand management driven primarily by the SIA boardroom and top-management, and the healthy brand equity as the result of a dedicated, professional brand strategy throughout a diversified, global organisation. Read more >>

 

March 2012: Nation Gone Vertical

March 2012

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