June 18th, 2009 by China Business Success Stories
By Andrew Hupert
What will be the role for international entrepreneurs in China’s emerging 2-track economy?
China’s economic development is being pulled in two diverging directions as Beijing struggles to steer a course through this global recession. On one hand, collapsing international demand for Chinese exports has led policy-makers to stimulate the domestic economy with a massive state-directed infrastructure and employment-oriented spending programs. On the other hand, rational leaders know that they can’t simply write off the external economy that has underpinned China’s stunning success over the last decade.
The result is that China will transition to a new 2-track solution that attempts to chart a middle course – a carefully orchestrated set of domestic policies existing in harmony with a vibrant international, market-driven economy. Read the rest of “China Economics – The Emerging 2 Track Solution and YOU” or post a comment
April 20th, 2009 by China Business Success Stories
China Administration of Taxation recently promulgated a Circular (Guoshuifa 2009 No 3) (“hereinafter referred to as “The Circular”) to strengthen the control of Non-TRE Income Tax Resourcing Deduction. The below mentioned enterprises shall be regarded as Chinese Tax Resident Enterprise (TRE):
a. An enterprise which is established and…
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April 13th, 2009 by China Business Success Stories
“Money Matters TV” interviewed James Chan on business skills in selling Western-made products and services in the Chinese market. The show, produced by Richard Whitfield at the Comcast Studios in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, is available on Google Video and iTune.
In a lively, conversational format, interviewers Mike DiPuppo and Bill Montgomery asked James Chan to…
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March 17th, 2009 by China Business Success Stories
There are plenty of things to consider when you invest in China. Are you a serious investor with money burning a hole in your pocket? Or perhaps you are just the average China business traveller curious to know a little more. Regardless of your situation, a little more knowledge won’t hurt. Here’s a few key points to consider when dealing with investments into China:
1. Opportunities to invest in China
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March 12th, 2009 by China Business Success Stories
In the China market
Make me unhappy
Make my firm bankrupt
As we struggle to adjust and overcome, lots of entrepreneurs are reaching down deep and searching out their inner child – that screaming, whining, fussy inner child who wants it all now. They’re seeing lots…
Read the rest of “Survival is Not Enough IV — New Business Plans vs. Tiny Bubbles in the China Market (The Don Ho version)” or post a comment >>