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Research led at Rutgers University – Newark shows us how Chinese companies are learning to adapt to United States practices to succeed abroad. Chao C. Chen, a professor of management and global business at Rutgers Business School, based at Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N) is leading a research team on this interesting topic.

“Chinese companies coming to the U.S. are attracted by America’s stable social political environment and legal protections,” says Chen, “and they’re also attracted by American companies’ leadership in organizational as well as product and technological innovations.”

However, in order for a Chinese company to succeed in America, and attract American workers, they have to make a lot of changes to their business from how they would operate in China.

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