This revised fifth edition of Doing Business with China has been updated to take into account key changes in the legal and fiscal environment. It remains the most comprehensive guide available to all aspects of commercial engagement in China. It focuses on developments in China as business and regulatory environment over the past four years since WTO entry and on the key industry sectors where China is already a global player or which offer good opportunities for foreign investment and trade. In addition, the guide provides authoritative insight into accounting, auditing and taxation practices; banking, foreign exchange and corporate finance; and marketing issues which are unique to the Chinese markets. Revisions include updates to chapter's on economic performance and outlook, China's Securities Market and sector reports on China's automotive indutry, banking, oil and gas and steel production and core minerals.qBy 2004, it had fallen to less than 30 per cent. However, in the booming passenger car market of 2002/03, VW was able to take comfort in seeing total unit sales actually rise (to ... Additionally, new engine factories will be built in Shanghai (with SAIC) and Dalian (with FAW). ... By 2005, the Chinese motorist had a choice of no less than 10 VW models, including the latest Polo, Audi A6, and Touran.
|Title||:||Doing Business with China|
|Author||:||Jonathan Reuvid, Li Yong|
|Publisher||:||GMB Publishing Ltd - 2006-07-01|