Brand warriors in China

Gilmore, Fiona
September 2003
Brand Strategy;Sep2003, Issue 175, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the global competition for brands by Western companies in the Chinese market. Benefits of strategic alliances between firms; Concepts of branding; Importance of branding for companies.


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