ON THE FRONTLINES captures the reality of doing business in China. Host James Fallows illustrates the real thinking behind Chinese business practices. He gets executives to reveal secrets of success that usually take years to learn.”
- Chris Koch, President, Asia-Pacific, Carlisle
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Why Learn the Hard Way?
Now You Can See Chinese Business in Action on These New DVDs.

Most American businesses are hugely profitable in China, even in the current global recession. Of course, few boast about it. (Just check out General Motors in China.) China’s economy is still set to grow 8% in 2009. More importantly, Chinese companies are now quietly buying Western stock, learning to control a company with far less than a 50% stake.

Fortunately, everyone can profit. You know your business. Discover how to conduct your business with China. Seeing business in action on these new DVDs will show you how to apply your current knowledge in ways that make sense in China. The information-packed bonus CD-ROM contains business products that sell for $149 elsewhere.

Whether you are manufacturing, marketing, sourcing or distributing...or if you simply seek to understand the forces shaping the 21st Century... this is a resource like no other about a country like no other.

The Two Key Questions You Need to Ask About Doing Business in China.

Preview the information-packed CD-ROM that comes with the DVDs: The China Toolkit

On the Frontlines: Doing Business in China

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James Fallows and Emily Chang together in Shanghai ON THE FRONTLINES:
is hosted by James Fallows,
China-based correspondent for The Atlantic

and Emily Chang,
author and journalist.
Joe Nocera Special commentary by Joe Nocera of The New York Times