Negotiating with China via email and online platforms brings unique challenges Whether you are based in New York, Shanghai or Frankfort, you …
Beijing wants easier investment access to US companies and assets — so a day before the SED meeting, they made the unsolvable problem simply go away. Better information flows clear the way for Beijing to pressure Washington to make it easier for China to invest in US firms and assets.
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When China sets up FTAs to replace multilateral bodies, it is simply following an age-old strategy of attacking alliances to undermine the plans of its adversaries.
The biggest source of IP loss in China isn’t hackers or sophisticated espionage. It’s an overhead projector, a whiteboard, and some well-meaning nerd from your own operation who has been left alone with your Chinese counterparty.
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Chinese banquets are an important tool for vetting counter-parties. They are checking you out, and you should be doing the same.
This is a great time to figure out who is really running the show on their end. They have the home-court advantage – are they gracious or aggressive?
You can tell a lot about their business tactics by the way they run the banquet.
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