Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen

For Chinese firms in US, ability to navigate the cultural gap can determine success or failure

  • Management styles, language skills and keeping expectations reasonable are just some of the challenges
  • US and Chinese companies are both arrogant, experts say: having succeeded in their giant home market, they dive into others using a similar playbook
Topic |   US-China relations

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Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
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Mark Magnier

Mark Magnier

Mark Magnier is a US correspondent based in Washington. Before joining the Post, he worked for the Wall Street Journal in China and for the Los Angeles Times in India, China and Japan. He’s covered the Chinese economy, China and India’s explosive rise and conflicts in Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan.