Many of our clients that went into China years ago to have their products made there are now interested in selling those same products within China.
At the APEC leaders meeting in Beijing on November 10-11, Presidents Obama and Xi Jinping announced that the United States and China had reached an “understanding” that would allow stalled negotiations to expand the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) to proceed.
It is not uncommon for foreign companies that have been doing business in China through a Representative Office to want to shut it down.
In Why you Need a Backup Factory for your China Production, Renaud Anjoran notes how a Chinese factory’s “communication and development skills DO NOT correlate with good manufacturing skills” and how so many “bad product” situations involve the following.
There are all sorts of things you should be doing to increase your odds of securing good product from your Chinese manufacturer.
Today, 15 percent of America’s food supply is imported from other countries, including 80 percent of seafood and 50 percent of fresh fruit. An increasing amount of that food is coming from China, a country with a food safety track record that leaves many American consumers uneasy.
This post is the second in Foley’s blog series, “Realizing the Potential of Telemedicine in China,” meant to address top issues facing U.S. companies looking to enter the Chinese telemedicine market.
In The Single Best Way To Avoid Being Taken Hostage In China, we wrote of how Chinese companies often take hostages in an effort to collect on alleged debts or to protest employee layoffs or closing of a China facility.