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Crackdown on corruption in China

Under the control of President Xi Jinping, China has in the past five years witnessed an upsurge in the fight against corruption. This devoted struggle has translated directly to a rise in profitability margins of companies that had been weighed down by the vice. Before its decrease, corruption manifested itself in many different forms in such companies. Examples of such instances included; companies being compelled to hire ill-qualified relatives of local officials or the officials requiring hand-outs for ‘the favor’ of doing business in China.

New Export Laws Coming to China?

According to a survey released in January 2017 by the American Chamber of Commerce in China, U.S. companies have already started to reconsider doing business in China for a number of reasons.

Three things you might not know about doing business in China

There are so many differences between Chinese and American consumers. While as a business owner in the United States, you may have a fairly decent handle on the way that you need to market your goods to intended consumers. You know what they want, what they will pay and how they will react when they use your product.

The difficulties of protecting IP rights in China

With a population in excess of 1.3 billion people, China is the most populated country in the world.  It also has one of the fastest growing economies and is continuing to see an improvement in infrastructure, education, and overall technology.  Because of this, China would be a great place for any business to operator or sell its products.

U.S. investigating IP in China

Following the United States Government move to investigate China's involvement in the theft of intellectual property, a lot of speculations have been cast on its impact on small businesses with IP rights. We have looked at the possible outcome scenarios of the move. If you are interested in doing business in China, you are at the right place to learn a few tips and ideas that you may need to succeed. Information is crucial for the success of every business.

Common obstacles for new businesses in China

The Asian markets present a golden opportunity for businesses looking to expand. This area has a tremendous number of people who represent an avenue for new customer acquisition in addition to having a significant amount of technological advancement in recent decades. With these points in mind, a myriad of businesses are looking to expand their base by opening up branches in China; however, there are several obstacles and misconceptions that business executives and leaders should remember before laying the groundwork for this expansion process.

Etiquette tips for doing business in China

It's challenging to do business in a different country with different customs. This is especially true if you're doing business in China. Chinese people place a great deal of emphasis on etiquette and correct behavior, so if you want to close a big deal, you'll need to be aware of the nuances of Chinese business culture. Here are a few dos and don'ts for your next business trip to China.

New cyber security law may impact business in China

Many businesses operating in China understand the challenges that come from such a competitive marketplace. Staying relevant can be difficult, especially when it seems like the deck may be stacked against you. Rules and regulations change frequently, and sometimes they may have an adverse effect upon your ability to do business within the country.

Entering the Chinese market: What you must know about consumers

We have discussed earlier how difficult it can be for businesses to break into the Chinese marketplace. The ever-changing laws make it challenging for businesses to know the right steps to take to ensure that they are able to protect and profit from their ideas. While advancements in this area seemingly happen every day, business owners need to stay informed so that they can ensure a profitable presence in China.

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