The Black Market In China

If one wants to be a great company tomorrow, you must begin to act if it were. Thomas Watson China cannot be ignored in the present by representing both in economic achievements, technological development, conquering markets in countries where ventures offering their products, many times against the same productivity of some companies that cannot compete with them. For those who interested in the behavior of the markets, what modern marketing leads in order to understand the new scope that he originated the role of markets in the current scenarios, they cannot ignore the role of Asian countries, the way as do uses of marketing to delve into the markets and be competitive. It is both the advancement of technological development that China has fostered, manufacturing all kinds of products, even copy of brands of grand tradition offering it at a low price that can be acquired by a large number of consumers, still under-resourced the truth, that the black market has increased significantly in China, until the end that is drawn has lost control in some products, like what has just happened as manifested in the recent official ban of granting new licenses for the opening of Internet cafes in China, has generated a black market that the authorities recognize too big to supervise him, said the official newspaper Shanghai Daily. Comments thereon, 20minutos.es/news, that rule, effective since last February, has led many Cybercafe owners to announce the sale of its licenses, reaching up to one million Yuan (95.545 euros) prices on Web pages. Before February, the licenses could buy for less than 100 Yuan (9.5 euros), while now the buyers acquire them on the black market and then communicate the transfer to the Government, without explaining how much paid to the previous owner. While increasing the number of Internet users in China (the second largest global Internet market, with more than 140 million users), the authorities they keep a strict control of the network, with thousands of people dedicated to ensuring against the unhealthy information on web pages, blogs, and discussion forums. . Hear other arguments on the topic with Steve Salis.

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