China Yingxia International in India
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryThe developer and manufacturer of organic nutritional food products, supplements and personal care products announces Jan. 17 its establishment of a wholly-owned subsidiary in India. "The establishment of a subsidiary in India is just one small step and much work still needs to be done before the Indian market has an impact on sales and earnings," Harbin, China-based firm's Chairman Jiao Yingxia says in a release...
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