The Deal: 交易 Jiāo Yì

The Deal Ji o Y Jasmine Liu and April Wang are young businesswomen on opposite sides of an international investment deal between the U S and China which they know simply as ji o y the deal Their bosses are driven

Jasmine Liu and April Wang are young businesswomen on opposite sides of an international investment deal between the U.S and China, which they know simply as ji o y , the deal Their bosses are driven to make the deal succeed When complications arise and threaten to spin out of control, beautiful Jasmine and eager April draw together with idealistic journalist Walter tJasmine Liu and April Wang are young businesswomen on opposite sides of an international investment deal between the U.S and China, which they know simply as ji o y , the deal Their bosses are driven to make the deal succeed When complications arise and threaten to spin out of control, beautiful Jasmine and eager April draw together with idealistic journalist Walter to try to put things right.Caught in a web of corruption and old personal agendas against the background of chaotic modern China, will they all be able to rescue ji o y , their careers, their families, and new relationships

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The Deal: 交易 Jiāo Yì

  1. David Zen is an international lawyer and private equity investor, with particular interests in China, technology and green business He is based in London and travels frequently He aims to do for international investment novels what John Grisham has done for novels on the law He is represented by Cassian Hall of Tin Can Telephone Literary Agency tctliteraryagency.

192 Reply to “The Deal: 交易 Jiāo Yì”

  1. An intense story, strong characters, Jasmine, April, Richard and Walter Caught in a web of corruption Jasmine and April try to put thing right with their idealistic journalist, Walter Thank you David for such an extraordinary and powerful story I won this book through good reads giveaway Thank you David for personally signing this book I have a collector s item Well done, kudos Cindy


  2. A fun holiday read something a bit different than the norm I must admit that I picked this up because I know the author that said, I am glad I did I very much enjoyed reading it A nicely paced novel which uses two strong female characters to involve us in international business intrigue with a Chinese twist A very impressive first novel


  3. A very good first novel An interesting story but not complicated, of a beach read Takes us through the development of a business deal in Shanghai and Los Angeles, through the eyes of the people involved, including the two twenty something female protagonists.


  4. I love the way Zen combines his knowledge of contemporary Chinese life with his knowledge of international business and human psychology to give us a book about which I kept saying to my husband, You ve got to read this We have recently returned from a short tour of China and while there benefited from several gifted guides and speakers educating us on all the changes occurring in Chinese life today Though Zen set the book in 2009, its details ring true five years later from the descriptions of [...]


  5. Jane brought me to this rewarding book as a result of teaching the author humanities including how to write prose at Langley High School David not his real name provides a fascinating insight in doing business with China The story follows the joint venture of an American company partnering with a Chinese firm to develop commercial and industrial properties in China The story is enhanced by the presence of an American young women with Chinese parents on the Chinese team and a Chinese young women [...]





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