China Sourcing, The In-thing In International Trade By: DYLAN SUN | Sep 6th 2007 – oday, US small businesses can draw mileage from partnering with China manufacturers in almost any product or market focus. Stronger China sourcing strategy can not only boost China manufacturers, but B2B transactions as well. Tags: China Sourcing: Introduction And Considerations By: DYLAN SUN | Sep 5th 2007 – China sourcing does not attract the foreign .panies as much as it is capable of. This is due to wrong myths spread about the supply sources of the Chinese .panies. Tags: China’s Tire Industry – Kicking Into High Gear By: DYLAN SUN | Sep 4th 2007 – The remarkable progress of China’s automotive industry has culminated in the development of a significant tires sub sector. Tags: The Benefits Of China Sourcing By: Nina | Aug 20th 2007 – China sourcing is helping .panies to reduce their costs and to be.e more .petitive. With increased globalization, .petition can .e from any part of the world, and suppliers have to innovate, increasingly turning to China manufacturers to supply their products Tags: The Problems Of China Sourcing, And How To Beat Them By: Nina | Aug 20th 2007 – China sourcing provides major cost benefits to overseas .panies, but those that choose to buy from Chinese manufacturers and suppliers should be prepared for an increase in transportation costs, bigger lead times and more .plex administrative processes. But how to prepare? Tags: The Government’s Role In Promoting Logistics Services In China By: Jonathan Cowley | Aug 13th 2007 – Rapid economic progress and increased demand for international trade and China sourcing have been putting pressure on the country’s fragmented transportation networks and logistics systems. How will China cope with the increased demand for international trade? Tags: China Wholesale Electronics: How To Buy Direct From The Factory In China By: Ivanovich Cuxev | Aug 12th 2007 – The chinese economy has always been considered somehow as a sleeping dragon. In the past several decades, China has never been active in participating in global trades. But now the wholesale electronic sector in China is rapidly gaining pace. Tags: E-shopping From China Market By: Elina Petersen | Aug 8th 2007 – There is a .mon proverb that whatever China touches, it turns into gold. China is well known to us not only as the most populated nation, but it is even renowned worldwide for its latest technological invention and low-priced semiconductor market. Now-a-days, China is also getting more involved in e-shopping for selling … Tags: Ipod And Its Market In China By: Hally Frost | Jul 30th 2007 – iPod accessories of China market is booming. With the popularity of iPod, iPod accessories are an important part of necessity. We use much kind of iPod devices to make the set more efficient and to make it highly prosperous in performance. The accessories are specially based on iPod generations and functionality to … Tags: Going Global: Studying China Law Is Key To Tapping This Emerging Market By: Chris Robertson | Jun 21st 2007 – Those looking to the bright future of China are quickly discovering that a key element of breaking into that market will be a thorough understanding of China law. Tags: China Demands .mon Sense By: dalidat | Jun 7th 2007 – In the quest for the essence of doing business with China, Hong Kong is historically speaking a logical port of call. In this dynamic city with a population of more than 7 million, we team up with Daniël Ben-Ezra, Media Director of Spotz Media. December 2005, he severed his ties and set ou … Tags: Top 5 Cities To See During A Holiday In China By: Stuart Cheese | Jun 4th 2007 – In my capacity as the UK Director of Operations for One World Tours Limited, one of my jobs is to ensure every client has the best tour possible, so here are my top 5 suggestions for cities to visit in China during your holiday. Tags: Business In China #3 – Finding Ac.modation In Beijing By: Dalida Turkovic | May 24th 2007 – For whatever reason you have decided to set up home in China, your own personal choice or being posted by your host organization for business, here are a few practical guidelines to finding ac.modation in Beijing, to make the transition as smooth as possible. Tags: Business In China #2 – Relationship Building By: Dalida Turkovic | May 23rd 2007 – An introduction to the .plexities of doing business in China, with advice on how to recognise the decision maker, conform to meal etiquette and earn respect from your Chinese counterparts. Tags: Business In China #1: Relaxing The Grip Of Bureaucracy By: Dalida Turkovic | May 23rd 2007 – Do you want to live and work in China? Now you can. Over the last ten years, China has gradually opened up to the rest of the world. Foreigners can now set up their own business in China and join in its economic boom. Here is how. Tags: Why China Mp3 Players Attract World’s Wholesale Buyers By: Rose Lee | Apr 14th 2007 – China’s economy used to be closed and inflexible: you can hardly .pare the China of today to China twenty years ago. Nowadays China is a powerhouse of manufacturing and global trade, and increasingly, high tech products such as MP3 players are being produced in China and imported by distributors and small vendors worldwid … Tags: Travel In China – Free Travel Guide Of Beijing By Flashbooking Aparments Online Reservation By: Michele de Capitani | Apr 5th 2007 – For the Beijing (China) travel guide Flashbooking staff efforts concentrate on making it simple to read and with a nice format. Tags: Investing In China: Sample Local Investment Incentiives (henan Province And Zhengzhou Municipality) By: Mark Ludd | Dec 2nd 2006 – Additional incentives offered by local and provincial governments significantly increase the foreign investor’s incentive package. They tend to be.e more generous as one moves westward from the coastal provinces to the heavily populated interior, this allowing the foreign investor to cash in on China’s fierce domestic . … Tags: Tax Incentives For Foreign Invested Enterprises In China By: George Silver | Dec 1st 2006 – Chinese foreign investment law and local policies offer many tax breaks and other financial incentives to encourage foreign investment, particularly with respect to Enterprise In.e Tax (the equivalent of US corporate tax). Keep in mind that China intends to phase out these favorable policies toward foreign capital over a … Tags: China .pany Start-up Checklist, Part Iii By: Fred Jones | Dec 1st 2006 – Please read "China .pany Start-up Checklist" Parts I and II before reading this article. The following activities should also be undertaken as soon as possible after receiving the Business License: (1) Obtain any Necessary Construction Permits Procedures will vary according to … Tags: China .pany Start-up Checklist, Part 2 By: Fred Jones | Dec 1st 2006 – This Article is a continuation of "China .pany Start-up Checklist, Part I". The following activities must be taken within 30 days of the issuance of the Business License: (1) Engrave the Enterprise’s Official Seal This requires advance approval from the municipal Public Security Bureau … Tags: Insolvency And Corparate Bankruptcy In China By: David Carnes | Nov 29th 2006 – Insolvency China’s insolvency regime is still developing. Insolvency remains a particularly sensitive issue in China because there many technically insolvent state-owned enterprises and financial institutions, forcing China to choose between economic inefficiency and mass lay-offs that could disrupt social st … Tags: Land Use Rights For Foreign Investors In China By: Hal Lightning | Nov 29th 2006 – What the Law Says In China, neither domestic .panies nor Foreign Invested Enterprises may own land outright; instead they own Land Use Rights. There are two kinds of Land Use Rights Allocated and Granted. In .parison with Western .mon law concepts, Allocated Land Use Rights are in some way similar to l … Tags: Establishing A Representative Office In China By: Hal Lightning | Nov 28th 2006 – Among foreign investors, the most popular form of business establishment in China is the Representative Office. Its main attraction is that it is simpler and cheaper to establish than either a Joint Venture of a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise since no Registered Capital is required, startup costs are roughly 10% of the co … Tags: Intellectual Property Protection In China By: Jakedanger | Nov 28th 2006 – If imitation is indeed the sincerest form of flattery, then the Chinese can be very sincere flatterers indeed. But if you prefer prosperity over flattery it would be wise to take precautions against losing your shirt (or at least the rights to it) in one of the world’s most dangerous IP jungles. It isn’t that the legal regi … Tags: Litigation In China For Foreign Investors By: Fred Jones | Nov 28th 2006 – The People’s Courts Chinese courts rely on a legal system more akin to continental Europe than the .mon law system of the UK, Canada, or the United States, yet there are distinctively Chinese characteristics. Get a good local lawyer before litigation in China – only Chinese nationals working for mainland Ch … Tags: Investing In China: Arbitrating Your Disputes By: David Carnes | Nov 28th 2006 – Arbitration is the most popular .mercial dispute resolution method in China. An arbitration agreement, whether before or after a dispute arises, is a necessary prerequisite to any form of arbitration. If this option is chosen it is best to include a carefully drafted arbitration clause in the contract, because a sloppily … Tags: China Travel Points By: Jake Truman | Nov 4th 2006 – China is a land of ancient wonders. It’s so different from the norm of western travelers that a first visit there can be a bit intimidating. Today, we will be.e acquainted with some basic traveler information on China. We’ll talk about the time of year to go, when to avoid China and some points of interest. Tags: Mp4 Player Watch Gadget Now Available Wholesale Direct From China By: Rose Lee | Oct 30th 2006 – Wholesale Electronics .pany Chinavasion.. Releases New MP4 Watch As Their Newest Electronic Gadget. SHENZHEN, China October 26, 2006 — Chinavasion Wholesale Co. Ltd. announced today the arrival of their newest electronic gadget. MP4 Player Watch – It is a wrist watch which can play videos and MP3 music. … Tags: Invest In China: Equity Markets By: David Carnes | Oct 17th 2006 – China’s economy may be growing at the rate of almost 10% a year but its domestic capital markets are in a dismal state, forcing the private sector to disproportionate reliance on foreign investment for capital (particularly hard currency). Its domestic bond market is underdeveloped, its banks are saddled with bad debts, and … Tags: Investing In China: Chinese Banks By: David Carnes | Oct 15th 2006 – China’s banking sector has traditionally served as a party-controlled feeding trough for its inefficient, unprofitable state-owned enterprises (SOEs), most of which were technically insolvent. The process was simple extend a loan to an unqualified SOE applicant, then write off the loan as a bad debt when it failed to repay … Tags: Investing China: China 101 For Smes By: David Carnes | Oct 14th 2006 – Many small and medium sized enterprises in western countries are caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place�"’. Economic pressures at home are forcing them to consider setting up in or at least sourcing from China, yet the Chinese market gets tougher and tougher to crack every year, in part because so many of t … Tags: Investing In China: The "china Fallacy"? By: David Carnes | Oct 13th 2006 – China has long been an entrepreneur’s daydream If I could sell one pair of underwear each to a billion Chinese�"’¦�"’. Now, after almost 25 years of opening its gates to the outside world, how well are things working? In practice, there have always been two clearly separate strategies for taking advan … Tags: Investing In China: Hiring, Firing And Labor Law By: David Carnes | Oct 13th 2006 – One of China’s major attractions for foreign investors is its low labor costs. In the central provinces entry-level laborers can be hired for as little at US$60 per month and college graduates work for as little as US$150 per month, although labor costs in the more affluent coastal provinces are about three times as high. F … Tags: Exporting American Lawyers To China By: David Carnes | Oct 13th 2006 – A few decades ago there was hardly any such field as international law – only domestic law representing clients with funny sounding names. Although that situation has changed, the globe is not yet as borderless as the media would have us believe it is. Nevertheless, US lawyers are heading to China in increasing numbers to p … Tags: Invest In China – Establishing A Business Presence By: David Carnes | Oct 12th 2006 – Three primary investment forms are .monly used by foreign .panies to establish a permanent presence in China — the Sino-foreign Joint Venture, the Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise, and the Representative Office. Sino-Foreign Joint Ventures This investment form requires the foreign .pany t … Tags: Investing In China: Proposed Labor Contract Law By: David Carnes | Oct 12th 2006 – If you are considering setting up a .pany in the People’s Republic of China (the PRC�"’) you should be aware that Chinese law is more protective of employees than the laws of many western nations, particularly the United States. The current PRC Labor Law was enacted in 1994; however, a new PRC Labor Contract Law, inte … Tags: Investing In China: Tax Incentives By: David Carnes | Oct 12th 2006 – The People’s Republic of China offers a variety of tax breaks and financial incentives to encourage inbound investment. National government incentives vary based on how much money you are investing and whether or not your project is located in one of China’s special economic zones; local incentives vary by ju … Tags: Investing In China: Incentives Offered By Local Governments By: David Carnes | Oct 12th 2006 – China’s national government offers a tempting variety of financial incentives designed to lure inbound foreign investment, some of which were introduced by this author in the article Investing in China: Tax Incentives�"’. However, additional incentives offered by provincial and local governments significantly sweeten th … Tags: Investing In China: Setting Up A Representative Office By: David Carnes | Oct 11th 2006 – Foreign investment in China started with a trickle in the early 1980s and has increased to the extent that China is now siphoning off a significant percentage of the world’s available foreign investment funding. With China’s accession to the WTO and the continuing vitality of its economy, this trend seems likely to continue … Tags: What You Need To Know About China Adoption By: Jea.te Pollock | Oct 5th 2006 – We all know about China’s population problem. Most of us are horrified at the Chinese one-child policy. China, in 1979, implemented the policy restricting the number of children a family can have to just one child. Unfortunately, a lot of controversies have stemmed from this policy. The Chinese … Tags: Mp4 Player Wholesalers – How To Find Quality Products And Suppliers In China By: Rose Lee | Sep 17th 2006 – Importing electronic devices from China and other Asian countries is a very profitable business and lately the number of MP4 player wholesalers has skyrocketed. Why? Well, first of all because the largest consumer of electronic goods, the US market, is getting ready for the next step in portable entertainment MP4 players. … Tags: The People’s Republic Of China By: Sharon Stajda | Aug 29th 2006 – The People’s Republic of China might be the world’s third largest country, but it has the largest population. Spring and autumn are certainly the best times to visit China the majority of China. However, the highlands are better seen in the summer. The weather itself is a bit extreme and ranges from very cold to very hot. < … Tags: Have You Been To China Yet? By: J Schipper | Apr 18th 2006 – China is such a large country that it is impossible to see even a fraction of it in one visit. It is advisable to specialize in just one area, and get a good guided tour. Ten-day guided tours are available starting at approximately $1100. For instance, the ancient civilization of mystical Tibet has always fas … Tags: An Overview Of China For Travelers By: Richard Monk | Apr 10th 2006 – China is often left out of discussions of early civilization which is a mistake since it was one of the first. If you are taking a trip to China, here is some background information your should know. Tags: 相关的主题文章:

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