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One world

China, like all other countries, is interdependent as never before. Globally connected power, communications, and transportation links now exist almost everywhere in China.

The artifacts of the twenty-first-century global economy—KFC and McDonald’s restaurants, Nokia phones and iPods, England’s Premier League and MTV—are appearing in even the most remote Chinese cities.

Although trade disputes, terrorism, and political tensions continue, the global geopolitical community will not go back to its Cold War–era rivalries, or to the fragmented nationalism that preceded them. The nature of “one world” and the open, entrepreneurial qualities of China will reinforce each other in unexpected ways. 

 

Key elements of a China-Based
One World Business

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No major player on the world business stage can ignore China, and any company active in China will find its business increasingly meshed with its business in other parts of the world.