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Monday, October 18, 2010

An Important and Informative Article from Mens Fashion Bags

Posted by Marjorie Skinner on Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 1:03 PM

I just had to pass on this illuminating piece about Li Ning, Nike, and Portland:

Lead: Portland, Oregon balenciaga handbags in the northwestern United States to design and passion for sports and other creative industries, known for the famous Nike and Columbia Sportswear Company headquarters is entrenched here. January 1, 2008, the Chinese sports brand Li Ning boss (02331.HK) its tentacles into the Portland — in the local footwear established its first overseas research and development center. Since then, Li Ning’s “Portland Tour” began.

“Lenovo (Lenovo), BYD (BYD), Li-Ning (Ning) … …” San Francisco time on August 24 morning 10 am, when the positive rhetoric of sustainable development in Portland, and hope that more Chinese enterprises to assigned to the mayor of Portland — Sam — Adams (Sam Adams) asked what the current brand has penetrated the heart of China, the lost in thought.

“And … … everything on phone.” In a very long pause after a period of time, Sam took out his phone. The audience roared with laughter, here is the city of Portland Sam — Adams office.

Portland, Oregon in the northwestern United States to design and passion for sports and other creative industries, known for the famous Nike and Columbia Sportswear Company headquarters is entrenched here. Day, Mayor Sam embarrassment, real internationalization of Chinese enterprises is also the impulse and the lack of international influence, China’s brand of embarrassment.

Read the whole, many thousand-worded thing here.

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