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A Few Things Foreigners Get Wrong About China

Most executives of multinational companies (MNCs) are generally aware that growing a business in China presents very real and unique challenges that should be factored into the initial investment and the overall business objectives. However, in the rush to take advantage of the so called never-ending growth and scale of China, companies can make strategic and often operational miscalculations that can compromise their ability to meet... ❯❯❯

China Investment Research: Pollution Weighing Down China's Future

In an article recently penned by The Guardian, "China's burgeoning middle class has lodged its first mass challenge against the government by staging a large environmental protest in southern China." In China, environmental issues are typically neglected as the country concentrates on its rise as an economic power. Even with increasing interest in environmental reform around the world, cancer caused by pollution, is the leading cause... ❯❯❯

8 Must-Knows About Acquiring or Investing in a Business in China

China is not just the World Factory, most booming market for resources and consumer goods and the fastest growing economy in the world with an average GDP of over 10% in the past decade, it is also an attractive destination for foreign investment since China opened its door to foreign businesses in 1978. With China's access to WTO in 2000, less restriction on foreign investment, new infrastructure, supply of abundant quality and cheap... ❯❯❯

Why Study Mandarin in China - China's Potential

There is a great deal of talk at the moment about what China is becoming. With its advent on the world stage as a global powerhouse of economic change, the balance of cultural power will also eventually be recalibrated. As China overtakes Japan as the worlds second largest economy it is a good time to take stock of what this will mean for the future of Chinese language studies. So it finally happened: China is now the second largest... ❯❯❯

China, Absorbing 45% Of World's Natural Resources

China, A 'Black Hole' Sucking in the World's Natural Resources While the USA has obsessed with the "Floating Yuan vs a Dollar pegged Yuan", China's policy has been to use a much broader strategy. China is buying the world's resources and has become a virtual "black hole", sucking in coal, oil, timber, steal, copper, minerals of all kinds, from throughout the globe. Think of it, after nearly 10 years of pressure on China to let the... ❯❯❯

The Basics of Importing From China

Back then, China was known as the land of the emperors and ancient civilizations. But not anymore. China has become a giant economy, overtaking Japan and coming second to the United States. China is growing by leaps and bounds in the import export business. It has become the largest manufacturer of many products exported to other countries such as mobile phones. In the same note, China with a population of over 1.3 billion has grown... ❯❯❯

Reasons to Visit China - Some of the Most Fascinating Experiences Await You in China

China never fails to wow its countless visitors with its many unique and superlative characteristics. The world's third largest country, China boasts a very long and rich history that spans thousands of years. It also has some of the most recognizable sites of both natural and architectural beauty that are in a league of their own. Whether you prefer the fast-paced city life in major cities in the east, or authentic folklore of the... ❯❯❯

China - The World's Leading Exporter

China is one of the oldest continuous civilizations and is considered as one of the largest and the most advanced civilizations in the world. Probably because China is a country where its citizens are united, its economy has boost into becoming the world's third largest in the world. Shortly trailing after Japan, the Gross Domestic Product of China is measured at $4.91 trillion. As such, China is considered as the world's fastest... ❯❯❯