The Diplomat: What Chinese Companies Can Learn From ZTE’s Mistakes

Xiaomeng Lu, International Public Policy Manager, Access Partnership wrote a guest article for The Diplomat. The article offers advice for Chinese tech companies looking to go global.

Xiaomeng Lu, International Public Policy Manager, Access Partnership wrote a guest article for The Diplomat. The article offers advice for Chinese tech companies looking to go global:

“In addition to becoming independent from the government, Chinese tech companies may consider taking the following steps to become globally-respected players:

  • List on a U.S. stock exchange
  • Adopt an open communication style
  • Respect the rule of law and understand the political environment”

Read the full article here.

 

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