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Anonymous asked in TravelAsia PacificChina · 7 years ago

american business becoming successful in china and other countries?

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    This is a list of companies who either own factories, or have contract factories producing their products in China. Some of the companies produce 100% of their products there, and others only produce parts,

    or certain ingredients for their products. The list below is approximately 1% of the actual Corporate list.

    Companies such as Avon, GE, and AT&T for example, have been in China and manufacturing products

    for 20 to 30 years. Most American consumers simply had no idea. Previously their source was Japan.

    AT&T

    Abercrombe & Fitch

    Abbott Laboratories

    Acer Electronics

    Ademco Security

    Adidas

    ADI Security

    AGI- American Gem Institute

    AIG Financial

    Agrilink Foods, Inc. (ProFac)

    Allergan Laboratories

    American Eagle Outfitters

    American Standard

    American Tourister

    Ames Tools

    Amphenol Corporation

    Amway Corporation

    Analog Devices, Inc.

    Apple Computer

    Armani

    Armour Meats

    Ashland Chemical

    Ashley Furniture

    Associated Grocers

    Audi Motors

    AudioVox

    AutoZone, Inc.

    Avon

    Banana Republic

    Bausch & Lomb, Inc.

    Baxter International

    Bed, Bath & Beyond

    Belkin Electronics

    Best Buy

    Best Foods

    Big 5 Sporting Goods

    Black & Decker

    Body Shop

    Borden Foods

    Briggs & Stratton

    Calrad Electric

    Campbell 's Soup

    Canon Electronics

    Carole Cable

    Casio Instrument

    Caterpillar, Inc.

    CBC America

    CCTV Outlet

    Checker Auto

    CitiCorp

    Cisco Systems

    Chiquita Brands International

    Claire's Boutique

    Cobra Electronics

    Coby Electronics

    Coca Cola Foods

    Colgate-Palmolive

    Colorado Spectrum

    ConAgra Foods

    Cooper Tire

    Corning, Inc.

    Coleman Sporting Goods

    Compaq

    Crabtree & Evelyn

    Cracker Barrel Stores

    Craftsman Tools (see Sears)

    Cummins, Inc.

    Dannon Foods

    Dell Computer

    Del Monte Foods

    Dewalt Tools

    DHL

    Dial Corporation

    Diebold, Inc.

    Dillard's, Inc.

    Dodge-Phelps

    Dole Foods

    Dollar Tree Stores, Inc.

    Dow-Corning

    Eastman Kodak

    EchoStar

    Eclipse CCTV

    Edge Electronics Group

    Electric Vehicles USA, Inc.

    Eli Lilly Company

    Emerson Electric

    Enfamil

    Estee Lauder

    Eveready

    Family Dollar Stores

    FedEx

    Fisher Scientific

    Ford Motors

    Fossil

    Frito Lay

    Furniture Brands International

    GAP Stores

    Gateway Computer

    GE, General Electric

    General Foods International

    General Mills

    General Motors

    Gentek

    Gerber Foods

    Gillette Company

    Goodrich Company

    Goodyear Tire

    Google

    Gucci

    Guess?

    Haagen-Dazs

    Harley Davidson

    Hasbro Company

    Heinz Foods

    Hershey Foods

    Hitachi

    Hoffman-LaRoche

    Holt's Automotive Products

    Hormel Foods

    Home Depot

    Honda Motor

    Hoover Vacuum

    HP Computer

    Honda

    Honeywell

    Hubbell Inc.

    Huggies

    Hunts-Wesson Foods

    ICON Office Solutions

    IBM

    Ikea

    Intel Corporation

    J.C. Penny's

    J.M. Smucker Company

    John Deere

    Johnson Control

    Johnson & Johnson

    Johnstone Supply

    JVC Electronics

    KB Home

    Keebler Foods

    Kenwood Audio

    KFC, Kentucky Fried Chicken

    Kimberly Clark

    Knorr Foods

    K-Mart

    Kohler

    Kohl's Corporation

    Kraft Foods

    Kragen Auto

    Land's End

    Lee *** Kee Foods

    Lexmark

    LG Electronics

    Lipton Foods

    L.L. Bean, Inc.

    Logitech

    Libby's Foods

    Linen & Things

    Lipo Chemicals, Inc.

    Lowe's Hardware

    Lucent Technologies

    Lufkin

    Mars Candy

    Martha Stewart Products

    Mattel

    McCormick Foods

    McDonald's

    McKesson Corporation

    Megellan GPS

    Memorex

    Merck & Company

    Michael's Stores

    Mitsubishi Electronics

    Mitsubishi Motors

    Mobile Oil

    Molex

    Motorola

    Motts Applesauce

    Multifoods Corporation

    Nabisco Foods

    National Semiconductor

    Nescafe

    Nestles Foods

    Nextar

    Nike

    Nikon

    Nivea Cosmetics

    Nokia Electronics

    Northrop Grumman Corporation

    NuSkin International

    Nutrilite (see Amway)

    Nvidia Corporation (G-Force)

    Office Depot

    Olin Corporation

    Old Navy

    Olympus Electronics

    Orion-Knight Electronics

    Pacific Sunwear, Inc.

    Pamper's

    Panasonic

    Pan Pacific Electronics

    Panvise

    Papa Johns

    Payless Shoesource

    Pelco

    Pentax Optics

    Pep Boy's

    Pepsico International

    PetsMart

    Petco

    Pfizer, Inc.

    Philips Electronics

    Phillip Morris Companies

    Pier 1 Imports

    Pierre Cardin

    Pillsbury Company

    Pioneer Electronics

    Pitney Bowes, Inc.

    Pizza Hut

    Plantronics

    PlaySchool Toys

    Polaris Industries

    Polaroid

    Polo (see Ralph Loren)

    Post Cereals

    Price-Pfister

    Pringles

    Praxair

    Proctor & Gamble

    PSS World Medical

    Pyle Audio

    Qualcomm

    Quest One

    Radio Shack

    Ralph Loren

    RCA

    Reebok International

    Reynolds Aluminum

    Revlon

    Rohm & Hass Company

    Samsonite

    Samsung

    Sanyo

    Shell Oil

    Schwinn Bike

    Sears-Craftsman

    Seven-Eleven (7-11)

    Sharp Electronics

    Sherwin-Williams

    Shure Electronics

    Sony

    Speco Technologies/Pro Video

    Shopko Stores

    Skechers Footwear

    SmartHome

    Smucker's (see J.M. Smucker's)

    Solar Power, Inc.

    Spencer Gifts

    Stanley Tools

    Staple's

    Starbucks Corporation

    Steelcase, Inc.

    STP Oil

    Sunkist Growers

    SunMaid Raisins

    Sunglass Hut

    Sunkist

    Subway Sandwiches

    Switchcraft Electronics

    SYSCO Foods

    Sylvania Electric

    3-M

    Tai Pan Trading Company

    Tamron Optics

    Target

    TDK

    Tektronix, Inc

    Texas Instruments

    Timex

    Timken Bearing

    TNT

    Tommy Hilfiger

    Toro

    Toshiba

    Tower Automotive

    Toyota

    Toy's R Us, Inc.

    Trader Joe's

    Tripp-lite

    True Value Hardware

    Tupper Ware

    Tyson Foods

    Uniden Electronics

    UPS

    Valspar Corporation

    Victoria 's Secret

    Vizio Electronics

    Volkswagen

    VTech

    Walgreen Company

    Walt Disney Company

    Walmart

    WD-40 Corporation

    Weller Electric Company

    Western Digital

    Westinghouse Electric

    Weyerhaeuser Company

    Whirlpool Corporation

    Wilson Sporting Goods

    Wrigley

    WW Grainger, Inc.

    Wyeth Laboratories

    X-10

    Xelite

    Xerox

    Yahoo

    Yamaha

    Yoplait Foods

    Yum Brands

    Zale Corporation

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