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Remaking 'Made in China' (August 2012)

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China’s brands haven’t yet made a notable impact on the global consumer market, but will that change in the near future? Before the country can develop a cohort of strong brands, its marketers ...

China’s brands haven’t yet made a notable impact on the global consumer market, but will that change in the near future? Before the country can develop a cohort of strong brands, its marketers will have to remake what “Made in China” means to consumers. A leading crop of Chinese brands are already chipping away at some of the key factors standing in the way of global success as China actively seeks to export more than just the rest of the world’s manufactured goods.

This report details the external and internal factors hindering the efforts of Chinese brands to take root in developed markets. It also details some of the strategies that prominent brands, from Lenovo and Li-Ning to Haier and Huawei, are deploying to knock down these roadblocks.

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