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China has implemented new labor laws and environmental regulations and is changing tax incentives in...(more)
>Back in the 80s, Japan was labeled the villain whose cheap goods were driving a trade deficit and unemployment in the United States. Then those socks, t-shirt and household goods industries found even cheaper labor and costs--first in Thailand, then Malaysia, Mexico, India and eventually China--as multinational...
DentUSA LaboratoryAccount Manager · Lab Manager · Santa Ana, CA
- MayMay 4th - 5th, 2012 · Hyatt Regency Orange County
One-on-one interaction is a higher priority than ever before now that the economy has exacerbated the price-cutting phenomenon, according to LMT’s 2012 Fee Survey. To enhance customer relationships, respondents are offering more client education, joining study clubs and finding opportunities just to get more "face time" with their dentists.
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