Mario Cavolo and Andrew Hupert take two different views on China’s emerging business environment.
China’s economic and regulatory policies are a work in progress that are constantly evolving. Lately the pendulum seems to be swinging against the interests of multinationals, but the reality defies easy answers or rash generalizations. ChinaSolved.com presents for your consideration two different views on recent developments and future directions of Chinese economic policy:
China’s Evolving Business Environment Favorable to Some
Mario Cavolo, Vice President – Media/PR Training; Scott PR China, www.scottpr.cn and author of China: The Big Lie? published by Long River Press, North America
Mario Cavolo reminds us that not all the China business changes are negative – and some beneficiaries of recent policies are the good guys.
Any worthy China watcher has noticed the increasingly unfavorable trend toward foreign entities present here, whether it is reporting on security issues with Microsoft and Apple or the recent position papers by the European and American Chambers delivering a somber rather than upbeat view of the current business environment in terms of ease of doing business. It’s not all bad, but we wish it was better.