26 June 2012
by Bruce McKern
Western firms’ preconceptions about China’s slowness in radical innovation are misplaced. They must prepare for a tsunami of competition from China-based multinationals, which increasingly see the markets of the developed world as their targets. Multinationals must actively participate in innovation in China with the aim of using China as a platform for global innovations.
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