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Outsourcing to China – Best Practices for SMEs to Avoid Scams and Protect IP

– The Best Practices for Small Businesses to Avoid Scams and Protect IP when outsourcing to China Outsourcing production to China can be a cost-effective way for small North American businesses to manufacture their products. However, it’s important to be aware of potential scams and fraud when dealing with Chinese suppliers. In this blog post, […]

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Outsourcing

Engaging an OEM in China? Put these two things on your to-do list

When engaging a Chinese company to be your original equipment manufacturer (OEM), it is crucial to take precautions and follow well-established advice to avoid common pitfalls. Due Diligence on an OEM The main way of avoiding scams and fraud is to conduct a thorough due diligence exercise. 1. Legitimacy of an OEM Determining the legitimacy

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Registered Capital, China

China Registered Capital, fully explained

When dealing with a Chinese business, you may want to check its capital position to assess whether it can support its operations sustainably. In this background, it is important to understand the concept and market practice related to registered capital in China. In China, however, when you look into a company’s capital, you will encounter

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Due Diligence

How to Verify if a Chinese Company is Legitimate?

Ways to check a Chinese company is in good standing and trustworthy There are a lot of factors that play in, but here are two factors one should not ignore when it comes to finding a trustworthy Chinese company: Whether the company is law-abiding and upholds integrity; Whether it is solvent on an objective basis.

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China Compliance Issues

China Imports Regulations: What Small Businesses Need to Know

This article is provided by Emilia Shi, a business lawyer based in Shanghai, China. She has over 20 years of experience in securities and corporate law. Emilia’s primary areas of practice include corporate governance and compliance, foreign direct investment (FDI), mergers and acquisitions, private equity and real estate. She has advised clients on projects covering

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Most easily overlooked risks when exporting to China (part 4)

This article is part of a series for doing business in China. Over four blog posts, we go through eight typical risks that are easily overlooked by small and medium-sized businesses. These tips will help your company succeed in doing business with China.   Click here to read part one, part two and part three of this series. They contain the first

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Most easily overlooked risks when exporting to China (part 3)

This article is part of a series for doing business in China. Over four blog posts, we go through eight typical risks that are easily overlooked by small and medium-sized businesses. These tips will help your company succeed in doing business with China.   Click here to read part one, and part two of this series. They contain the first four risks.  Risk

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Most easily overlooked risks when exporting to China (part 2)

This article is part two of a series. If you missed our last blog, click here to read part one of this series. It contains the first two risks. When exporting your services or selling products to a foreign market with which you are not as familiar as your home market, you are more careful.

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Most easily overlooked risks when exporting to China (part 1)

This article is part one of a series for doing business in China. We will go through eight typical risks that are easily overlooked for small and medium-sized businesses over four blogs, which will help your company’s success in doing business with China. When exporting your services or selling products to a foreign market with

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Managing Your Supply Chain in China

Many small businesses rely on importing Chinese goods from exporters in order to provide products and services to their customers. It is convenient and simplifies lots of things. However, there can be some “surprises” at this convenience, which is almost no “control” over the manufacturer. Less control = More risks You may run into unwanted

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