Business in China

  • Défi d'expatriés pour les premières positions
    But more foreigners still attracted to pursue their ambitions in ChinaMost expatriate executives plan to stay in China despite increasing competition from local talent, a recent survey conducted by the Association of Executive Search Consultants found.According to the survey, 72 percent of the respo...
  • Droit de la République populaire de Chine sur les entreprises de capitaux étrangers
    zhōng huá rén mín gòng hé guó wài zī qǐ yè fǎ 中    华  人  民  共   和 国  外  资 企 业 法 (Approved by the Fourth Session of the Sixth National People's Congress on April 12, 1986, revised in accordance with the Decision to Revise the Foreign Capital Enterprises Law of the People's Rep...
  • Ceinture économique le long de la rivière Yangtze, dans le Jiangsu
    Yangtze River Bridgecháng jiāng dà qiáo 长    江    大 桥   The Economic Belt along Yangtze River includes 8 municipalities namely Nanjing, Wuxi, Changzhou, Suzhou, Nantong, Yanzhou, Taizhou and Zhenjiang. It covers an area of more than 30% of the whole province. The population of this area is m...
  • Comportement
    The Chinese will sometimes nod as an initial greeting. Bowing is seldom used. Handshakes are also popular; wait, however, for your Chinese counterpart to initiate the gesture.If you visit a school, theater, or other workplace, it is likely that you will be greeted with applause as a sign of welcome....
  • L'Importance des coutumes commerciales ou comment faire exploser une affaire
    A businessman went to Taiwan to close a deal with the president of a large paper company. Since they were meeting for the first time, they started out with the normal pleasantries such as "How was your trip?" etc. It turned out the businessman happened to be from Columbus, Ohio, the home of Ohio Sta...
  • Conseils sur l'importation et l'exportation de la Chine
    Finding a producer Quality Control Exporting
  • Étiquette chinoise — — Keqi
    Keqi not only means considerate, polite, and well mannered, but also represents humbleness and modesty. It is impolite to be arrogant and brag about oneself or one's inner circle. The expression is most often used in the negative, as in buyao keqi, meaning "you shouldn't be so kind and polite to me,...
  • Tableau Mnners et Cstom traditionnel
    In China, as with any culture, there are rules and customs that surround what is appropriate and what is not when dining, whether it is in a restaurant or in someone’s home. Learning the appropriate way to act and what to say will not only help you feel like a native, but will also make those a...
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