Friday, 15 November 2013

Doing Business in China's Regional Cities | Go Frontiers (UK & China) | Chinese business culture

Traditionally, business interest from UK companies has generally focused on a small number of large established cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Guangzhou. However, these markets are maturing, competition is intensifying and factor input costs (especially in relation to labour and land) are increasing.

As a consequence, companies are increasingly willing to consider alternative locations in China for business expansion and development. These emerging cities are also fast becoming the target of local and foreign investments as we witness their impressive rise following China’s economic development.

Led by Matthew Forbes OBE, Deputy Consul General in Shanghai, a team of six regional cities officers from China visited the Nottingham to introduce the overall business environment in the East China region (The Yangtze-River Delta, Zhejiang, Anhui and Jiangsu Province) and protocols in dealing with the local government.

Attend by: Gary Rice - Business Chinese culture expert
Company: Go Frontiers (UK & China)

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