What a Chinese executive can teach Chicago
from Chicago Tribune
Suited up in crimson soccer togs, eager to join his company's weekly match at an indoor arena in Hoffman Estates, Chinese business executive Pin Ni took a few minutes to reflect on his latest plunge into unknown waters. Two decades ago, he led China's largest auto-parts-maker into the Chicago region, establishing a sprawling U.S. beachhead for the company and making a name for himself as a trailblazer in the process. Now he is again poised to be a front-runner in the realm of Chinese foreign investment, taking the American subsidiary he heads on a risky new journey, a sort of "Globalization, Phase Two."
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