Monday, February 3, 2014

Chinese TV report: Charlotte is new corporate mecca

Charlotte's apparently making a name for itself in Chinese business circles. We received fairly dramatic evidence of that recently when a Chinese yarn manufacturer announced plans to open a big factory in Lancaster County and employ 500 people.

Now comes this TV news report from China Central Television, a state TV broadcasting company in mainland China, that digs into the growing trend of Chinese firms setting up shop in Charlotte, and in the Carolinas more generally. The folks at the Charlotte Regional Partnership posted it on their site with good reason. It's virtually an ad for the business-friendly reception firms can get in Charlotte and the Carolinas.

With Chinese labor costs rising and American power costs sinking, experts say we can expect to see more Chinese firms setting up shop in the near future.


3 comments:

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usman khatri said...

It's virtually an ad for the business-friendly reception firms can get in Charlotte and the Carolinas.Here

usman khatri said...

The folks at the Charlotte Regional Partnership posted it on their site with good reason. It's virtually an ad for the business-friendly reception firms can get in Charlotte and the Carolinas.
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