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Q: I want to get a Business Excecutive job in China. I am Indian

Is it possible for an Indian  ( english fluent ) to get a business related job in China to overlook for Exports and Commodities ??

34 weeks 6 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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Fluent in English is not enough to be a business executive, as an executive, it requires you to have good sales record and sucessful business management background.

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Sure, anything is possible in China. Did you know that there are a couple of people in china who are also fluent in English and they also are fluent in Chinese. This is handy because, surprisingly, most people in china speak chinese. The bottom line is; what do YOU bring to the table and how much extra profit will YOUR employment provide the company?

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Fluent in English is not enough to be a business executive, as an executive, it requires you to have good sales record and sucessful business management background.

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Why don't you try ... apply and let us know, did you get job or no ... ?

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It is probably best to start by applying to work for a Chinese company in your country, eg Huawei, Alibaba, Wanda, and then move from there. 

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Youre wasting your time buddy

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