Book Report onMade Poorly in China

On his experiences working Paul Midler in his book ‘Poorly Made in China’ gives a personal account supporting it with stories of his experience working in China. The book unmasks the industry secrets of shrewd business industry in China. It is a clear warning against the continued shift of American manufacturing to China which is a country perceived to be cheaper and faster in production.

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It also brings out a clear and outstanding illustration of business ethics and how they can conflict with the sole drive for the enterprise world to push the profits higher.

References
Correa, C. M. &Xuan L. (2009). Intellectual property enforcement: international perspectives. New York: Edward Elgar Publishing. p. 211.

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