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eBook Country Comercial Guide: China (Country Commercial Guides) ePub

by U. S. Embassy Beijing

  • ISBN: 0894990330
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: U. S. Embassy Beijing
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Intl Law & Taxation Pub (April 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 148
  • ePub book: 1507 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1727 kb
  • Other: lrf lit azw txt
  • Rating: 4.9
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ISBN: 0894990330; China is rich in contradictions for . The world?s most populous nation, China covers an area larger than the United States. Yet the China market is small and concentrated in a few areas along the eastern seaboard. China is one of the world?s oldest civilizations, with thousands of years of history, literature and culture. Country Comercial Guide: Hong Kong (Country Commercial Guides). LibRing - система поиска книг в интернет-магазинах. Возможен поиск книг по названию, по автору, по ISBN.

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The Country Commercial Guides (CCG) are reports, prepared by United States Commercial Service offices around the world, which provide comprehensive commercial information for . companies looking to do business in a specific country

The Country Commercial Guides (CCG) are reports, prepared by United States Commercial Service offices around the world, which provide comprehensive commercial information for . companies looking to do business in a specific country. The type of information you will find includes: Economic & Political Environment. Leading Sectors for . Export and Investment. Trade regulations, customs and standards.

Commercial Opportunities. 55 Anjialou Rd, Chaoyang District. Diplomatic relations between China and the United States date back to 18th century, which makes China one of the countries in Asia with the longest diplomatic ties to the United States. Overseas Security Advisory Council. Economic Data & Reports. Beijing, China, 100600. See the Office of the Historian for more background information on . diplomatic history or visit our History of the .

Look no further than the . Commercial Service’s Country Commercial Guides, written by . Embassy trade experts worldwide. An excellent starting point for everything you need to know about exporting and doing business overseas detailing 8 important weigh stations on your export journey: Market Overview, Challenges, Opportunities & Entry Strategies.

Country Commercial Guide China - Ebook download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read book online. amp; FOREIGN COMMERCIAL SERVICE AND . DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 2010. All rights reserved outside of the united states. Chapter 1: Doing Business In China.

Country Commercial Guides are an excellent starting point to find everything you need to know about doing . Provides guidance and best practices for selling . products and services in the market, includes typical use of agents and selling to the government.

Country Commercial Guides are an excellent starting point to find everything you need to know about doing business overseas, detailing 8 important factors to help you decide if a market is right for your product or service: 1. Doing Business i. .Provides a broad overview of the market and the top reasons why . companies should consider exporting here. Recommends strategies for entering the market and summarizes challenges or barriers for . 2. Political and Economic Environment.

Doing Business in China book. Look no further than the . Commercial Service's Country Commercial Guides, written by . Embassy trade experts Looking for foreign market intelligence you can trust? Want to know the best-sector prospects to target today? Know the trade barriers to watch out for and the regulations you need to follow? How about culture and business customs for that next trip? Look no further than the .

Citizen of the third Country. Tour Beijing is a real and reputable China Travel Agency based in Beijing (Online since 2000). Rush Service Fee. Single Entry. The Embassy of America in China Address: N., North Xiushui Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing Te. 86-10-6323831 Fax: 86-10-65323178 Consulate General of America in Shanghai Address: N. 469, Huaihai Zhonglu, Shanghai Te. 86-21-6433-6880 Fax: 021-62172072 Consulate General of America in Shenyang Address: N. 2, Shisi Weilu, Heping District, Shenyang Visa Appointment: 024-23222147.

This guide provides a market overview and examines political and economic factors affecting market opportunities. It provides detailed information on the . Chapter 2: Political and Economic Environment.

China is rich in contradictions for U.S. firms. The world’s most populous nation, China covers an area larger than the United States. Yet the China market is small and concentrated in a few areas along the eastern seaboard. China is one of the world’s oldest civilizations, with thousands of years of history, literature and culture. Yet the People’s Republic is a mere 50 years old and most of the laws and regulations governing business and trade have been written in the past twenty years. Courtesy toward guests is a virtue in Chinese culture, and Chinese people can be extraordinarily hospitable and kind. Yet everyday discourse in China is rude and confrontational and the China market is full of cheats and swindlers. China is a communist country; the first article of the Chinese constitution states that China is a socialist country under the leadership of the proletariat. Yet, over the past twenty years China has moved from a planned to market economy and is now in many ways more capitalist than communist.

1. Many of the stunning contradictions in China have been nurtured by the unprecedented changes of the past twenty years. Since the beginning of the policy of "reform and opening-up" in 1979, China’s economy has grown more than tenfold. Previously rationed goods such as bicycles, textiles and grains are now in over-supply. Foreign invested firms, practically non-existent in the 1970s, now number over 300,000 and account for almost 50% of China’s exports. Foreign trade has grown from $38 billion in 1980 to over $361 billion in 1999. Although most Chinese firms remain relatively small, under-capitalized and poorly managed, there are pockets of excellence in Chinese industry. Chinese firms have competed successfully with world leaders in the white goods and home electronics markets. Chinese PC manufacturers have won back market share from such firms as Compaq and IBM.

China is a market with vast potential. The trick is realizing that potential. China’s pending accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) will make it easier for U.S. firms to do this, but it is false to believe that WTO entry provides an end-all solution. Do your due diligence – twice. Opportunities are available in China, but companies must pay heed to the many obstacles. This report can help identify both.