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Yiwu, China: A Study of the World\'s Largest Small Commodities Market
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Yiwu, China: A Study of the World's Largest Small Commodities Market

By Mark D Jacobs

Kuala Lumpur: Institut Terjemahan Negara Malaysia, 2017. Paperback. New. This book is based on hundreds of interviews carried out by the author over a six year period amongst the more than 60,000 traders who supply trinkets, memorabilia and a whole range of other low cost items to stores throughout the world. Jacobs argues that Yiwu's success and challenges reflect what is happening in the country at large and suggests how Yiwu and China might develop in the future. 333 pages with a bibliography and index. Weight 0.7kg. Post free within Malaysia


A Different Chinese
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A Different Chinese


Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: Strategic Information And Research Development Centre, Selangor, Malaysia., 2007. Paperback. As New. The author, a Malaysian educated both there and abroad, shares with us his analysis of what the Chinese, both home grown and overseas, are up to. The work is based on his years as a businessman in the Southeast Asian region. The book's a delightful collection of wry insights into how Chinese operate in all parts of Southeast Asia, breaking down the information country by country. He also includes a more serious look at the Chinese contribution to the economies of the region. 225 pages. The contents include - 1 - Chinese Through the Looking Glass, 2 - Special Characteristics of Chinese from Various Countries, 3 - Comparison of Chinese Economy from All Around the World & 4 - Awareness of Chinese Influence in the Regional Economy. There are also black and white photographs throughout the book. Weight: 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia The book is from the piublisher's stock but has some very minor shelf wear