5 most popular US brands in China

Several American brands have overcome tough competition from well-established local and multinational players to become market leaders in China. The battle is expected to intensify as China's middle class grows.

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Jun 19, 2013 7:56PM
China is stealing our military secrets, our industry secrets, and is shipping crap to us made by slave labor. Then they turn around and buy our industries. Of course they only allow our products in under strict regulation.
Jun 19, 2013 7:29PM
I am so sick of hearing about China...
Jun 19, 2013 9:54PM

Famous US brand names mostly made in China...

Jun 19, 2013 11:54PM
as free trade continues chinas ascension will continue. As free trade continues americas decline will continue. China cancelled their free trade agreement with india when jobs started leaving china for India's cheaper labor. Our government made more job outsourcing agreements. Now you see why congresses approval rating is 10 percent. We KNOW were being sold out and were getting mighty sick of it
Jun 19, 2013 9:05PM
If it says "Made in USA" the Chinese must be dumber than we are. It clearly states the production plant is in China!
Jun 19, 2013 9:22PM
I didn't know that Ipads and Nikes are still made in USA.  I guess I learn something new everyday.
Jun 20, 2013 7:04AM
I am so sick of clicking through a slide show to read a story! Ack!
Jun 20, 2013 12:15AM
Tell china GET THE HELL OUT OF ARE COUNTRY. Are government is selling this country out for votes and fast fixes with short term money. We as americans can not buy their companies but they come here and buy are companies and are houses GET OUT!
Jun 20, 2013 9:08AM
It is funny how they call them "US Brands" yet most every one on this list is not made in the USA.
Jun 20, 2013 5:58AM
Nike and Apple products are NOT made in the US. Last I heard Apple was still making phones and tablets at their Foxcomm plant in China and Nike was still in the Philippines. They were there back in the seventies so I don't know if they moved to China or not.
Jun 19, 2013 10:23PM
Did they say: "Made" in the US!!!!!
Jun 20, 2013 4:57AM

I bought a husky air compressor a Snap-on pocketnife GT, bike all made in china,I was dumb too trust the names i grew up with. They should have too change the name if they sale out and go to china,I was tricked and I'm pissed. And i read on internet they use kids 12 too 14 hour days as young 8 years old .

ps. keep playing with the nukes if there anything like your tools or your ethics' you'll,ll blow yourselves up.

Jun 20, 2013 10:02AM
KFC?  Prediction: in 10 years all those skinny Chinese will look like us.
Jun 20, 2013 12:36AM
2/3rds of the middle class in China? So it looks like the US will be all upper and lower class?  .....whee...
Jun 19, 2013 10:37PM
Commemorate China's Communist contribution to keeping American capitalism alive with a federal holiday...

"American Capitalism DIES Without Communist Chinese Cash Bailouts Day"

Replace Independence day with it. We are not independent. We are dependent on China.
Jun 20, 2013 4:36AM
How much of China are we allowed to buy, or any other country?
Jun 20, 2013 1:13AM
GM and especially Buick are popular in China for a historical reason, When the GM salesman came calling after the 1948 Chinese Communist Revolution, he met with Zhou En Lai. The GM salesman tried to sell Zhou on Chevrolets as the economical, "socialist" brand for the new China. Zhou said "No! If the Buick was good enough for the last Emperor Puyi, then it's good enough for Communist China." Zhou had been driving the last Emperor's Buick. This historical incident, in fact, saved the Buick brand. Had it been up to the American consumer, Buick would have gone the way of the Pontiac and Oldsmobile.
Jun 20, 2013 9:12AM
I have little or no problem with the Chinese people...but at the end of the day, their government is still COMMUNIST!...they are a repressed people. They may have a choice of product brands from which to choose, but no competing party choices. Fortunately, there are millions of Christians in that country..and still unfortunately, it is still one of the largest persecuting countries on earth.
Jun 20, 2013 11:37AM
Kruschev told Ezra Taft Benson (Eisenhower's Sec of the Interior) "We won't us nuclear weapons to destroy you, we will do it from within."  We put KFC's, Burger Kings, McDonalds, and Levi's Outlets on every corner of Moscow and look what happened to Kruschev's lovely communist utopia.  Wouldn't hurt my feelings if we could do the same to Beijing.
in the 60's and 70's most clothes  electronics were made in japan hong kong and they priced there sells out of the market and people constantly complained but they all started driving hondas toyotas and they bought Sony tvs sound systems  just give china time and there work force will demand more wages and the playing field will even out
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