A pocket guide to doing business in China | McKinseyThis multi - volume treatise captures the collective experiences and knowledge of prominent practitioners and business and legal experts with respect to the essential areas of PRC investment and commercial law. It also closely examines key issues and potential pitfalls involved in all areas of business and investment. Michael J. Moser is a leading foreign specialist in Chinese business law. A member of the New York Bar, he has practiced law in China for more than 30 years and has advised on a number of ground-breaking commercial transactions. He is also a leading expert on the resolution of Chinese-foreign business disputes and frequently acts as arbitrator in disputes between Asian parties and multinational corporations and was the first foreign national to be appointed as an arbitrator in China.
Doing Business in East China: A Guide for Indian Companies and Entrepreneurs
Trends shaping growth and creating new opportunities in China
The book, which stands out in the library of Asia Briefing titles because of its specific target audience the Indian business community interacting with China , represents one of the key ways that Asia Briefing has and will continue to follow the developing relationship between India and China with great interest. These include restrictions and trade barriers, differences in business culture, and adopting a foreign business model to the Chinese environment. The East China region is the epicentre of Indian investment and trade in the country. Doing Business in China Our page definitive guide to the fastest growing economy in the world, providing a thorough and in-depth analysis of China, its history, key demographics and overviews of the major cities, provinces and autonomous regions highlighting business opportunities and infrastructure in place in each region. A comprehensive guide to investing in China is also included with information on FDI trends, business establishment procedures, economic zone information, and labor and tax considerations. Doing Business in India Our recently published, page business introduction to India, the second fastest growing economy in the world, providing a thorough and in-depth analysis of India, its history, key demographics and overviews of the states and union territories highlighting business opportunities and infrastructure in place in each region. A comprehensive guide to investing in India is also included with information on FDI trends, business establishment procedures, economic zone information, labor and tax considerations, as well as an analysis of Indian business etiquette and culture.
Our mission is to help leaders in multiple sectors develop a deeper understanding of the global economy. Our flagship business publication has been defining and informing the senior-management agenda since Our learning programs help organizations accelerate growth by unlocking their people's potential. Over the past 30 years, the Chinese government has at times opened the door wide for foreign companies to participate in its domestic economic growth. At other times, it has kept the door firmly closed.
The U. Here's What U. Startups Need to Understand. If you are planning on expanding your company to China or off-shoring production there, you must keep in mind several cultural and logistical factors that will shape your strategy as you operate within the country's borders. You will have to learn to recognize these differences and adapt your practices to find sustained success in your Chinese endeavors.