David Wolf
Jul 21, 2010

Time has come to debunk the myth of 'Brand China'

David Wolf, CEO of Wolf Group Asia, explores the topic of 'Brand China' as a major discussion point among marketers over the last decade.

For a decade at least, a major topic among marketers in Asia has been Brand China'. If only the nation would improve its image overseas, our thinking has gone, China's diplomatic leverage would grow, its worldwide commercial opportunities would explode, and its companies would be thrust into the ranks of the Fortune 500.

The idea that branding could speed the destiny of the world's largest nation offers marketers self-affirmation and comfort. But if history is any guide, the case...

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