Varias personas entrevistadas en el artículo confiesan como se hacen pasar por especialistas en una gran variedad de temas.
Not long ago I was offered work as a quality-control expert with an American company in China I’d never heard of. No experience necessary—which was good because I had none. I’d be paid $1,000 for a week, put up in a fancy hotel, and wined and dined in Dongying, an industrial city in Shandong province I’d also never heard of. The only requirements were a fair complexion and a suit.
¿Porque lo hacen? Por una cuestión de imagen.
Recruiting fake businessmen is one way to create the image—particularly, the image of connection—that Chinese companies crave.
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