Ginseng Maverick

Taylor, David
May 2007
Forbes Asia;5/7/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p42
The article features Hsu Ginseng Enterprises owned by Paul Hsu and his family. Hsu started involving in the Hong Kong ginseng industry as China opened up in it. He began as a ginseng wholesaler while handling a caseload of domestic conflicts and foster-child placements. He claimed that the company, which operates 450 retail counters in shops across eight provinces, is one of the five biggest in the ginseng market of China. He reported that its sales have been increasing.


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