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Media Interviews

  • Emma Li Xu, owner, CEO, and co-founder of A&Z Pharmaceutical Inc., poses for a portrait beside a compactor that produces the company's D-Cal pills in Hauppauge.
    ‘Made in USA’ a selling point in China for LI vitamin makers

    Eight to 10 giant containers — each filled with 24 tons of a vitamin D and calcium supplement — are shipped every month from Hauppauge to China by a local manufacturer, which plans to hire at least 100 more workers by 2018.

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  • Michael Zakkour, co-author of "China's Super Consumers"
    It’s not just Alibaba—the Chinese consumer is going public

    Alibaba, the world’s largest e-commerce company, has known all along what many outside China are just now coming to realize. That Chinese consumers are the largest, fastest growing and most world-altering demographic since the post-War American consumers.

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  • "China's Super Consumers: What 1 Billion Customers Want and How to Sell it to Them" by Savio Chan and Michael Zakkour
    How to approach China’s super consumers

    The 1.3 billion people living in China cannot be ignored in today’s world. The influence of that many consumers and the role they play in the global market is immense.

    As the country opened its markets to global business in the past few decades, consumer trends have also changed.

    “China’s Super Consumers: What 1 Billion Customers Want and How to Sell it to Them” by Savio Chan and Michael Zakkour, explores and gives in-depth explanations about the thoughts and behavior of Chinese consumers, including why, where, what and how they buy.

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  • Interview with Savio Chan, CEO of US China Partners and Vijay Tharumartnam, MDEC
    Crouching Tiger And (Not So) Hidden Dragon In Today’s Economy, And The Future Of Technology And Economics In Asia

    When it comes to talk about Asia and US export, everyone is talking about China, the “Dragon” future head of the global economy and its fast-growing middle class and Chinese consumers.

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  • A ship with cargo docked at Qingdao port. Despite an increase of $6.6 billion, or 6.5 percent from a year ago in US exports to China, the nation's overall share of exports to China dropped to 7 percent in 2012 from 10 percent in 2000, according to the US-China Business Council. Yu Fangming / For China Daily
    Entering China’s Market: The do’s and don’ts

    It’s the world’s second-biggest economy and Western businesses want in, but they need to know how to do it, report Michael Barris and Chris Davis from New York.

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  • Larry Lieberman, of Vision Quest Lighting, sees a Chinese market for its industrial lighting.
    New Path for Trade: Selling in China

    Like many American businesses fighting to keep their prices competitive, Vision Quest Lighting turned to China about six years ago.

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