China-Britain Business Council (CBBC) has published a new China Business Handbook that will help guide UK companies in their business dealings in China. The comprehensive handbook offers a wealth of practical advice and expertise with input from CBBC’s team of business advisors, and diverse range of members which are able to reflect on their experience of operating in China for many years. The handbook is the product of CBBC’s 60 plus years of experience in the Chinese market while also representing the latest market conditions, challenges and solutions. Covering important business areas such as exporting to China, E-commerce, free trade zones, tax system, customs procedures, marketing, HR and employment law compliance, due diligence, intellectual property and business disputes. It provides encyclopedic guide for UK companies to set-up and succeed in China.
CBBC says that it is confident this is the best resource of its kind! There is no charge to download, it is meant as an open resource to support UK companies. The report can be found at www.cbbc.org/handbook
Furthermore, CBBC works with companies across many sectors. If you need support in your sector, our Sector Lead for Advanced Manufacturing & Transport, Stewart Ferguson will be happy to help – email@example.com. Should you require any support or wish to hear more about the opportunities in your sector, please feel free to get in touch.
CEA is once again hosting the UK pavilion at Bauma China 2016 – so the new China Business Handbook – could prove a valuable tool in the run up to Bauma China and beyond!
The 8th International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery is the leading trade expo for construction & building-material machine industry in China. The International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Construction Vehicles and Equipment (Bauma China 2016) takes place at Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC), China November 22-25, 2016. For details of the UK Pavilion in China contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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