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6 books of James McGregor

It is well known that with a population of 1.­3 billion people, China's market is moving quickly toward surpassing those of North America and Europe combined. Companies from the United States and around the globe are flocking there to buy, sell, manufacture, and create new products. But as former China bureau chief turned successful corporate executive James McGregor explains, business in China is conducted with a lot of subterfuge -- nothing is as it seems and nothing about doing business in China is easy. Destined to become the bible for business people in China, shows how to navigate the often treacherous waters of Chinese deal-­making. Brilliantly written by an author who has lived in China for nearly two decades, the book reveals indispensable, street-­smart strategies, tactics, and lessons for succeeding in the world's fastest growing consumer market. Foreign companies rightly fear that Chinese partners, customers, or suppliers will steal their technology or trade secrets or . . .

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The friends and family of a drug or alcohol addict are often left out of the recovery process. The timeless wisdom of the Tao has been adapted to gently change those who are suffering into peaceful, healthy, self-­confident humans, ready to fully r...

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In the past three decades, China has risen from near collapse to a powerhouse -- upending nearly every convention on the world stage, whether policy or business. China is now the globe’s second largest economy, second largest exporter, a manufacturing machine that has lifted 500 million of its citizens from poverty while producing more than one million US dollar millionaires. Then why do China’s leaders describe the nation’s economic model as “unstable and unsustainable”? Because it is. James McGregor has spent 25 years in China as a businessman, journalist and author. In this, his latest highly readable book, he offers extensive new research that pulls back the curtain on China’s economic power. He describes the much-­vaunted “China Model” as one of authoritarian capitalism, a unique system that, in its own way, is terminating itself. It is proving incompatible with global trade and business governance. It is threatening multinationals, which fear losing their business secrets . . .

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A Guide To Becoming A Mystery Shopper in the UK By James McGregor

A practical hands on book by someone who has done it all before and not just copied a few tips from others books.

An in-­depth study of the UK mystery shopping by someone who has done it for 15 years.

A practical how-­to book on setting yourself up and providing a professional service.

What equipment you need and where to get it.

A description of two assignments,­one report only and another involving video.
It also includes some horror stories as well as the links to reputable companies operating in the UK.

How much you earn per job on average with figures up to date at time of publishing the book

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A Local's Guide to Edinburgh in Scotland by James McGregor

It says what it is on the tin.

I live a short distance from the Capital city of Scotland and know it very well.

I have tips on places to visit, places to shop, places to photograph and places to relax after a hectic day with a nice malt whiskey.

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A Guide To Becoming A Mystery Shopper in the UK By James McGregor

A practical hands on book by someone who has done it all before and not just copied a few tips from others books.

An in-­depth study of the UK mystery shopping by someone who has done it for 15 years.

A practical how-­to book on setting yourself up and providing a professional service.

What equipment you need and where to get it.

A description of two assignments,­one report only and another involving video.
It also includes some horror stories as well as the links to reputable companies operating in the UK.

How much you earn per job on average with figures up to date at time of publishing the book

Book rate:
0 downloads

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Books of James McGregor