An emotional Michael Jordan (pictured here during his induction to the Basketball Hall of Fame) was unamused by a Chinese company’s attempt to piggyback on his fame, by using his name. Photo: AFP An emotional Michael Jordan (pictured here during his induction to the Basketball Hall of Fame) was unamused by a Chinese company’s attempt to piggyback on his fame, by using his name. Photo: AFP
An emotional Michael Jordan (pictured here during his induction to the Basketball Hall of Fame) was unamused by a Chinese company’s attempt to piggyback on his fame, by using his name. Photo: AFP
China economy

The east is red; Why more Chinese companies are moving west

This is the second part of a two-part study of China's growing overseas business clout by George McKibbens, a Guangzhou-based writer and educator. who teaches history at South China Normal University and writes for Guangzhou News Express.

Topic |   China economy
An emotional Michael Jordan (pictured here during his induction to the Basketball Hall of Fame) was unamused by a Chinese company’s attempt to piggyback on his fame, by using his name. Photo: AFP An emotional Michael Jordan (pictured here during his induction to the Basketball Hall of Fame) was unamused by a Chinese company’s attempt to piggyback on his fame, by using his name. Photo: AFP
An emotional Michael Jordan (pictured here during his induction to the Basketball Hall of Fame) was unamused by a Chinese company’s attempt to piggyback on his fame, by using his name. Photo: AFP
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