I’m not sure why it’s so hard to figure out how many Chinese companies are making a profit.
I guess it depends on how you define “profit.”
But China has a complicated relationship with how much profit you can get from a country’s business.
A few years ago, I worked on a project for a company that was part of China’s government.
We were tasked with helping Chinese companies to buy foreign firms and build new businesses in China.
We helped the companies sell their goods and services overseas, and we did a lot of research on how these foreign firms were doing.
I was surprised to see how much Chinese companies were selling their goods, even though they didn’t have a profit margin on their sales.
After I learned that the Chinese government had been trying to make the Chinese companies even more profitable, I asked one of my colleagues why he thought that.
“The Chinese are the most greedy and greedy people on the planet,” he said.
“They’ve always been the richest and most successful people.
And they’ll do whatever they can to make their way in the world.
So if we can help them make money by helping their companies, that’s what we want.”
This article was produced by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
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