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Can multinational retailers remain politically neutral in greater China?

HONG KONG -- China's vast population with its rising spending power is courted by retailers and international brands all over the world. But the recent controversy around French cosmetic-maker Lancome's cancellation of a concert featuring pro-democracy Hong Kong singer Denise Ho underscores the complexity of corporate diplomacy in an increasingly China-centric marketplace.

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