Doing Business with China
This timely guide to business practice and trading opportunities in the world's fastest growing economy defines the particular economic characteristics of each of the Chinese Special Economic Zones and 14 coastal cities. The text focuses on the specific business and development opportunities in each area, and the Sino-Western ventures which are already operational or have been approved for development. An integral section of the book focuses on Hong Kong, both in terms of its economic alignment with China and its commercial role in the Pacific Basin.
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