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Globalization offered more and more opportunities for companies operating worldwide. To realize these opportunities, global organizations shifted their production sites to low cost developing countries like China. China's entry into the WTO led to sustained improvement of its international trade (Refer Exhibit I and II for China's export and import partners in 2001).
The expansion plans of leading foreign logistics companies also led to intensified competition with each player competing for a bigger pie in the market. Commenting on this, David Cunningham, President of FedEx Express, Asia-Pacific, said, "China is growing incredibly fa... it is arguably going to be the biggest and fastest-growing marketplace in the world within the next two decades. But, there is enough market for all. The cake is getting bigger all the time."5
5] Volkart Brothers was established in India in 1851. The firm was established by the two brothers - Salomon Volkart and Johann Georg Volkart. The firm traded in cotton, coffee, engineering products, etc.
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