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Doing business in China is a potentially rewarding challenge for U.S. businesses. With central government support, the capital markets of China are continuing to form, and capital business is expanding significantly every year. In fact, the growth in China far surpasses any other single country in the world and has been the product of the most accelerated growth in the last two decades. As is true with all emerging capital markets, the law and regulations are being developed, adopted quickly, and are changing regularly to conform to the emerging markets. Doing Business in China is an effort by the authors to provide a user-friendly publication that offers guidance on entering the ever developing Chinese market. Chapters are written to provide practical insight into the methods of doing business in China either by operating in China or by contracting with Chinese enterprises: facilitates initial research by reviewing the important laws and policies to consider before doing business in China; written by experts well-versed in the myriad of issues involved in the Chinese marketplace; annual updates will keep readers current on the ever-changing laws and regulations of the Chinese marketplace; this book is a vehicle to provide threshold information to initiate doing business in China, though nothing can replace the efforts of personal contact with the Chinese business and legal communities. This treatise offers helpful insight into important cultural, as well as legal, differences between the U.S. and China.
Database includes most recent edition only. Authors: Kenneth A. Cutshaw, Michael E. Burke, and Christopher A. Wagner, 2009-
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Print version: Corporate counsel's guide to doing business in China