The evolution of China’s follower brands
When it comes to taking an idea from elsewhere, copying it and in some cases improving on the original, it could be argued that nobody does this better than Chinese brands. The breakneck speed of economic development, combined with a relatively weak intellectual property (IP) regulatory ...
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