Doing business in China when the economy slows — a few opportunities, if you know where to find them.
Tim Cook’s iPology allows Apple to focus on real China concerns
USCBC 2012 China Business Environment Survey Results:
Continued Growth and Profitability; Tempered Optimism Due to Rising Costs, Competition, and Market Barriers
A Recovering US and Sputtering China are the hottest couple in the global trailer-park.
There aren’t 1.3 billion people in China – there’s the guy across the negotiating table and his two colleagues who don’t seem to talk much. No Chinese Dream for you.
China is shaping up to be a “best of times, worst of times” story – but it’s one that offers overseas managers a few glimmers of hope. The Chinese middle class wants value for its money, SOEs are pushing local privates out of business and the local competition’s existing business models are under fire. Anyone who thought they missed the China boat a decade ago should take a second look – but do some planning before they leap.
It’s not about what shoppers think about your brand, it’s about making them think about you in the first place
Chinese apply for 70% of EB-5 green cards — invest $500k and get a green card
First is was capital, then technology. China Inc.’s next big move is to go after global markets – including the one in your backyard. Happy Year of the Dragon.
Recent research shows that we are increasingly inter-connected with one another – but does this make China’s commercial and social position in the world more or less central?