Foreword (ArthurWaldron). Introduction. CHAPTER 1 Vanishing Act. CHAPTER 2 Trouble Is My Business. CHAPTER 3 ?All We Need Is Your Sample? CHAPTER 4 Vice President of Disadvantaged Neighborhoods. CHAPTER 5 ?I Do Now?. CHAPTER 6 Lurid Carnival of Global Commerce. CHAPTER 7 And That's a Good Thing. CHAPTER 8 Grains of Toil. CHAPTER 9 The China Game. Chapter 10 The Seven Steps of Problem Solving. CHAPTER 11 Counterfeit Culture. CHAPTER 12 No Animal Testing. CHAPTER 13 Joint Venture Panacea. CHAPTER 14 Take the Long Way Home. CHAPTER 15 Lucky Diamonds. CHAPTER 16 Trophy Trash. CHAPTER 17 ?You Heard Me Wrong?. CHAPTER 18 ?Price Go Up!? CHAPTER 19 You Wouldn't Want to Be There. CHAPTER 20 Of Course, You Would Think So. CHAPTER 21 The New Factory. CHAPTER 22 Profit Zero. Afterword. Acknowledgments.
PAUL MIDLER has over twenty years of experience related to Asia, and in his manufacturing career, he has worked directly with hundreds of Chinese suppliers in a broad range of industries. He holds an MBA from the Wharton School of Business and a master's in international studies from the University of Pennsylvania's Lauder Institute. Poorly Made in China is his first book.