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Doing Business
Jargon
14
Sep

Chemicals that are Banned Worldwide

The intricacy of the chemical process involves various stages wherein some chemicals become hazardous due to their unique properties. Included in this article are the different chemicals that are banned in the Stockholm Convention Treaty.
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IPR
18
May

Entering the Chinese Market

Success in China is all but guaranteed. Many large international companies have tried entering the Chinese market and failed. However, do not be discouraged. Learn from the mistakes of Western market leaders.
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18
Mar

A Tough Nut to Crack: The Chinese Market

With continued growth and a rising level of disposable income among citizens, large profits can be made. However, naivety and inexperience has stopped many over-arrogant multinational entities from solving the puzzle.
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Law - Intrepid Sourcing
07
Feb

Different Risks of Doing Business with China

Risk comes in all shapes and forms. Risk is present domestically and internationally. Occasionally, the risks outweigh the benefits of outsourcing to China. However, in the vast majority of cases China wins.
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business in china usually works in a grey area
23
Dec

Business in China

Individuals and companies around the world can recognise the potential conducting business in China offers. The land of opportunity attracts many global minds and many believe it is where the most money can be made. However, Westerners can be put-off by the vast differences between their nation and China, represented by a fear of the...
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a look at the PMI sees tremendous growth
22
Dec

Analysts Predict Positive End To The Calendar Year

China’s manufacturing industry going to hold onto an unexpected expansion during November. Signalled by China's PMI revealing another continuous month of expansion in the manufacturing industry. A poll by Reuters revealed activity levels within factories continued to increase
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Networking Supplier
20
Dec

Networking To Find A Chinese Supplier

Finding a reliable, trustworthy and cost effective supplier can be a difficult task. Online directories advertise thousands of different company profiles. However, despite there being a large volume, quality can still be rare. Due diligence can be a costly and long process. Whittling down the prospective list of suitable suppliers may be too large of...
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Chinese New Year with red lanterns
15
Dec

Chinese New Year 2017

Total production shutdowns usually last up to one month. Factory workers enjoy taking an extended break. The Chinese New Year may only last 2 weeks, but production levels only return to normal by 3-4 weeks after Chinese New Year.
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panda dressed in robot suit at World Robot Conference
17
Nov

China’s World Robot Conference is a Promising Look at the Future

Beijing is currently hosting the World Robot Conference where many exciting robots are on display. What could this mean for the future of Chinese manufacturing?
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EU workers protest Chinese Solar Panels
17
Nov

Chinese Solar Panels Targeted by Frustrated EU Firms

Chinese has been a competitively priced exporter many years. As a result, many countries have tried to impose restrictions and tariffs against the country. Chinese solar panels are the latest product to become a victim of such measures.
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