'Doing Business and Investing in China
A compilation of insider knowledge and advice, whether you're entering the China market for the first time or growing your existing business.
This is a short but comprehensive of the key things any business needs to consider before they attempt to do business in and with China. For example:
- China is not a single market, from region to region, Tier 1 to Tier 4 cities, industry to industry, and among different income levels.
- There are many trade-offs to consider before deciding on whether to work with a partner or pursuing organic growth.
- There is no defined formula for China entry; successful companies are flexible, and adapt quickly to the realities of their particular industry and market.
The brief whitepaper gives a summary of the following key areas to consider:
- Doing deals
- How to manage risk
- HR and talent management
- Supply chain strategies
- Governemtn regulations, compliance and stakeholder alignment
- Accounting, reporting and tax management issues.
This is a wonderful intro to what to expect if you are considering doing business with China; tips and a blueprint really, before you decide to do business with ANY country outside your own.
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