The best minds at BusinessWeek explore ways your company can survive-and thrive-amid the business growth and innovation of China and India The economic rise of China and India has changed the way the world does business-and today's companies need to step up their game. This in-depth report, edited by a senior writer at BusinessWeek, goes behind the headlines of the new amegamarketsa to explore how your company can stay competitive. With a diverse array of viewpoints, ideas, and forward-thinking strategies, Chindia discusses new avenues businesses can use to embrace change and encourage growth. Brings together reporting and analysis on China's and India's emerging markets, from the reporters of the world's most widely read business magazine Provides need-to-know information for you to plan for the future of your business Features an introduction from Engardio, as well as chapter introductions explaining how the stories fit together and concluding summaries of major points for each chapterAs a result, the Elantra sold in China has a strengthened chassis and wider tires to ensure a smooth ride on the ... show, including a sporty concept car called the Si6, while Hyundai plans to introduce three models to China in 2006. Indeed, Hyundai sees China as a step on the way to the big leagues. It plans to invest $1.1 billion by 2008 to triple its annual production capacity, to 600, 000, from 2005a#39;s 200, 000. ... aquot;Make a good product and have good service, and youa#39;ll be successful.
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