HONG KONG -- The potentials of the China market will be high on the agenda at the Food Marketing Institute's first-ever AsiaMart convention, scheduled here Oct. 18 to 20. AsiaMart '95's opening session Oct. 18 will be preceded by a two-hour seminar called "China Day: Doing Business in China," conducted by Michael McNabb, managing principal in Coopers & Lybrand China Consulting, Shanghai, China. The presentation will summarize best practices for foreign corporations interested in ...
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