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Doing Business in China ~ Part 1: Importing and Exporting

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Doing Business in China ~ Part 1: Importing and Exporting

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Today, there has never been a better time for importing and exporting your products and services to China. Especially for small-to-medium sized enterprises and large companies.

This book will give you a good understanding of importing and exporting to China, the world's second largest economy, largely untouched by the recessions and an attractive destination for small-to-medium sized enterprises and large companies importing low cost manufacturing goods and also a very attractive destination for exporting high quality, British made goods and luxury brands, desired by the Chinese middle and higher classes.

Doing Business in China ~ Part 1: Importing and Exporting (Chasing the Dragon)

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