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hARRY WINSTON 10 years ago

"And India is typically attractive to them [the interviewees] because it has an independent judiciary system, so you can take the government to court if needs be". --- Sorry, are they talking about GCC or India. How about setting your own house in order first

Dorothy 10 years ago

It is my humble opinion that China is holding their cards close to their vests. There have been many losses in industry for China, as they have used unsafe paint and other materals for export. Their business practices have not ,in many cases met the standards of countries to whom they export these goods to. They have lent millions if not billions of dollars to countries who face financial problems and perhaps none or very little of these loans are being paid back. China does not always show their losses, and appear as successful business people. They are in many ways successful and clever people. I take nothing away from that. A language barrier in doing any kind of business is a negitive. I agree that India and Africa are excellent contenders to do any kind of business with. They not only want to succed in business, they want to raise the standards of their country, as well. Can we say this for China? This is just my humble opinion, I mean no disrespect to any people or countries. Thank you

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