The Reasons Why Foreign Companies Are Moving

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We have seen since early 1980’s in the 2000s companies from all over the world have been investing trillions of dollars in China market. Recently we saw this demand nearly double with the last few years. Large numbers of corporations are leaving their home country and opening headquarters abroad in China. These companies come from all types of industries. For example Software, Mining and Cosmetics industry, many big names such as Google, Microsoft and Apple also have their offices in China. Pepsi and Coca – Cola have also joined in on some of the profit. The question that is on everyone’s mind what are the reasons why foreign companies are moving to China. Thought this paper I am going to speak on the positive and negative effects we see…show more content…
To create value and make a difference everywhere we engage” ( Caleb Bradham of New Bern, North Carolina was a pharmacist. Like many pharmacists at the turn of the century he had a soda fountain in his drugstore, where he served his customers refreshing drinks that he created himself. In 1898 after he bought the trade name "Pep Cola" for $100 from a competitor from Newark, New Jersey causing Pepsi Cola to declare bankrupt in 1923 .In 1931, Pepsi Cola was bought by the Loft Candy Company president, Charles G. Guth. He = reformulated the popular soft drink, tinkering with the recipe. Guth struggled to make a success of Pepsi and even offered to sell Pepsi to the Coca-Cola Company, who refused to offer a bid. Expansion continued in the 30’s with the company setting up bottling franchises across the country. In 1964 the company unveiled “Diet Pepsi” and acquired Mountain Dew, a citrus flavored soft drink. One year later, the company merged with the Frito Lay Company, becoming PepsiCo. Throughout the next few decades, the drink continued to flourish, expanding its presence around the globe and battling soda industry leader Coca Cola for market share with aggressive marketing campaigns and promotion, including its famous “Pepsi Generation” and "Pepsi Challenge" ad campaigns. In 2015, the company announced it would discontinue using aspartame as the sweetener in Diet Pepsi, and
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