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In the modern world, solid and liquid waste deposits are mounting due to increasing populations and wealth. Businesses are therefore being put under pressure to pay attention to the environmental and resource consequences of the products they produce and the services they deliver. The Circular Economy and Its Implications on Sustainability and the Green Supply Chain is a collection of innovative research on methods of extending biological cycles found in nature to technological cycles where goods, when disposed properly, are converted into new products in an environmentally efficient way. It examines current research on how to deal with the waste resulting from human activities, the relationship between environmental and human health, and international legislation on waste management. This book is ideally designed for economists, managers, practitioners, academicians, researchers, and students.
Productivity remains the critical determinant of long-term national growth and prosperity. The effects of today's globalism on productivity demands the need for business organizations to sustain their competitive advantage and remain profitable over time. Foreign Business in China and Opportunities for Technological Innovation and Sustainable Economics is a collection of research used to demonstrate state-of-the art approaches of international business and innovation management that shows how new, advanced, international business models and adoptive strategies can expand the sustainability frontiers. This publication serves as a leading reference source on Chinese business, technology, economy, and innovation, and facilitates necessary skills needed to engage with business in or with China. While highlighting topics including e-commerce, foreign trade, and global business, individuals such as students, educators, international business experts, and innovation experts can expand their technical knowledge in the global economy.