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by James Ballingall
Author: James Ballingall
Publisher: John Murray Publishers Ltd; 1st edition (June 28, 1984)
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This is a book about water in China in virtually any context imaginable
This is a book about water in China in virtually any context imaginable. Historically, water figures in ancient Chinese myths as essential for human life and as a fundamental force of nature that has always ravaged China with the relentless flooding its great rivers cause.
China's economic boom is creating new opportunities for multinational corporations. The company's bestseller in China tastes like tea. Louisa Lim, NPR. About the Series. How do they tailor their products and their strategies to attract millions of newly minted consumers? Think ancient beauty potions and tea-flavored toothpaste. China's economic boom has worldwide repercussions - on international trade, job outsourcing, oil prices and more. But it has also created challenges inside China, some of which we'll explore in a five-part series.
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