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For a lot of small and midsize companies in Europe and North America, the prospect of doing business in China may be daunting. In reality, because of their reluctance, such firms seem increasingly susceptible on many fronts: they're not simply forfeiting opportunities to sell goods and services in China and to make inexpensive products in its factories and workshops but also face new Chinese competition domestically.
In 2003, the industrial added value in the state-owned enterprises also as non-state-owned enterprises which have an annual sales volume of five million yuan or above was 4,104.5 billion yuan, as well as the amount of profit reached its highest ever level of 815.2 billion, or an increase of 17 percent and 42.7 percent, respectively, more than the prior year, presenting a good situation of the simultaneous development of speed, quality and profit. Given that 1996, China has been in the lead in the production of steel, coal, cement, farm-use chemical fertilizer and television sets.
China's New Industrial Revolution
Import from China: Getting Started
It is said that importing from China is quite complicated, however, once you learn how to put the steps together and what to watch out for, importing itself is not that difficult a process. Luckily you can learn it from this article.
Selecting the Right Local Distribution Partners in China
One of the fastest and less risky ways to enter the China market is to leverage on Chinese distributors to sell your products in China. However, your market success will be highly dependent on the distributor to do the right things in right way.
Importing from China – Managing your Risks
China as the third largest exporter in the world is still a growing market and capable of providing you quality suppliers. There are many ways to minimize your risk, and I shall share some of the more fundamental ones below.
Terminating Employees in China: Some Practical Considerations
Due to increasing market pressures and other situation-specific factors, employers are often required to terminate employees in China. This article briefly outlines some of the issues that must be addressed by employers before and after employee termination, including matters to consider during the hiring of prospective employees, from the perspective of the employer.
Establishing a Foreign-Owned Restaurant Business in Beijing
Outline the various procedures required to establish a restaurant in Beijing.
Do you konw what kind of companies can be setted up in China?
There are three different business incorporation vehicles which can be utilised to do business in China.
Analysis of the success and failure of doing business in China
Why some foreign-funded enterprise is successful when entering the China market while others fail, and why some grow faster than the rest? The factors in the article can determine how well or bad foreign-funded enterprise fare in China.
The importance of Guangxi (relationship) when doing business in China
In China, Guangxi (relationship) is a complicated field. It is important for foreign investors to learn to coordinate with the China government, especially establishing good relationship with government bodies.
How to do business in China
There are more and more foreign investors come to China doing business here.Thus a better understanding of the cultural differences is necessary when doing business in China.
How to export to China
With the development of China, more and more foreign companies begin doing business with Chinese people. In this article you can find several ways to export your goods to China which might help you doing business in China.
5 tips to invest and do business in China
If you are planning to do business in China, there are some dos and don'ts you should follow in order to do the business successfully. Here in this article lists some of the rules which you may follow.
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