Ours is a very quick-developing company, even in China,” said Lily Li, chief operations officer of American Oriental Bioengineering Inc. (AOBO). Headquartered in Harbin, China, the maker of Chinese medicine and health food products has grown from $60,000 to over $50 million in the past four years, becoming one of China’s 10 most recognized brands.
Li credited the Chinese “open door” policy with expanding business opportunities over the past two decades, opportunities
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