Renaud Anjoran’s Quality Inspection Blog (which if you are not reading you absolutely should be) had an interesting post the other day, Setting a System in Place when Buying from a China Factory, stressing the importance of having system in place with your China contract manufacturer.
This is the third in our weekly series, posted every Friday.
Just got word from a good and highly reliable friend that one of the top international schools in a first tier China city just laid off a number of its employees due to declining enrollment.
China, the world’s largest economy, is not one of the twelve countries currently negotiating a Trans-Pacific Partnership (“TPP”) multilateral trade agreement.
The International Trade Commission (ITC) issued a Limited Exclusion Order (LEO) excluding imported crawler cranes from Chinese manufacturer Sany Heavy Industry Co that were designed and manufactured using the misappropriated trade secrets and patented inventions of Manitowoc Cranes.