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Mr. Andrew Tsuei, President, ...
samuelmccaw.ifrance.com, 22 Jan 2011 [cached]
Mr. Andrew Tsuei, President, Wal-Mart Global Procurement, Shenzhen.
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He says the company offers him the organizational leverage to make change... In Wal-Mart's culture, he has found what he thought was missing from the.
Andrew Mr. Tsuei, President, Wal-Mart Global Shenzhen.
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The appointment of Andrew Tsuei ...
news.peopleinprocurement.com, 1 July 2009 [cached]
The appointment of Andrew Tsuei by Alibaba, the Chinese-based e-commerce and e-auction specialist, will allow it to tap into the 20 years of experience Tseui has built up in retail and the sourcing industry.
He joined Wal-Mart in 2001 where he built the global procurement division from the ground up until it was operating from 27 offices in 70 countries around the world.
"Andrew is a leading figure in the global retail and sourcing industry and we are delighted that he's joining our team," said Jack Ma, group chief executive of Alibaba.
China ideal partner for frugal Wal-Mart
www.palmbeachpost.com, 15 Feb 2004 [cached]
"For the benefit of the consumer, we should buy merchandise where we get the best value," said Andrew Tsuei, managing director of Wal-Mart's global procurement center in Shenzhen.
Last year, the company suspended deals with about 400 suppliers, primarily for exceeding limits on overtime, Tsuei
An additional 72 factories were blacklisted permanently last year, he
said, almost all for employing children under China's legal working age of 16.
Fresh hope for third-world textile makers
www.iht.com, 14 Dec 2004 [cached]
"Our policy is to take a conservative position; we will continue to source from where we have been sourcing," said Andrew Tsuei, Wal-Mart's vice president for global procurement..
The Jamestown Foundation
chechnya.jamestown.org, 18 June 2004 [cached]
As Andrew Tsuei, Wal-Mart's vice president for global purchasing, told The New York Times: "Bangladesh is very competitive because the labor cost in Bangladesh is only half of what China is, and maybe less than that."