Doing Business in China – Advice from 20 Years Experience

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China Briefing provides the definitive English-language guide, Doing Business in China, to help businesses overcome barriers to information on establishing and operating a business in China, one of the world’s largest emerging economies.

Aimed at foreign businesses operating in China, the guide outlines everything one needs to know, from business establishment procedures to labor considerations.

As one of the world’s largest emerging economies, China has garnered immense interest from international investors. To help businesses overcome barriers to information on establishing and operating a business in China, China Briefing provides the definitive English-language guide, Doing Business in China.

Doing Business in China’s distinguishing feature is that it is written by business experts in China with nearly 20 years’ experience helping foreign companies establish and operate in the country. It combines practical advice with the knowledge gathered from helping innumerable businesses succeed in the Chinese market.

Aimed at foreign businesses operating in China, the guide outlines everything one needs to know, from business establishment procedures to labor considerations. Detailed, yet succinct, the easy-to-read guide distils a vast amount of business advice, ensuring up-to-date knowledge of the China business and investment landscape.

The guide is essential reading for any manager, investor, business owner or entrepreneur interested in doing business in or with China. It contains a thorough and in-depth analysis of the country’s key demographics, major cities, provinces and autonomous regions, outlining the business opportunities and infrastructure available across the country.

Doing Business in China explains the advantages and disadvantages of the various investment vehicles, which is one of the first major decisions that need to be made when entering the Chinese market. The guide explains the options available including WFOEs, Joint ventures, Representative Offices and Foreign Invested Commercial Enterprises.

If currently doing business in China, or considering doing business in China, The 156 page, full colour guide can be bought online at the Asia Briefing Bookstore, as a downloadable PDF.

The technical information in the China Business Guide is provided by the China business advisory experts at Dezan Shira & Associates, a business advisory firm which has been helping foreign businesses establish and operate in China for nearly 20 years.

China Briefing is an English language website and monthly magazine focussing on China business news and analysis for investors and expatriates in China. It is published by Asia Briefing, publisher of a wide range of practical guides to doing business in Asia.

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