Includes bibliographical references (p. 283-284) and index.
|LC Classifications||KNQ920 .Z525 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 294 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||2001356577|
All you need to know about business in China | McKinsey. So to me this list is not necessarily THE four books you must read or even the best four books for those looking for more information on doing business in China or with China, but rather, four great books for that purpose (I have heard nothing but good things regarding the One Hour China Book). Privatization in China proved to be a godsend for slacking state-owned companies, run by people with little knowledge of modern business practices and laden with debt by the mid s. Foreigners doing business in China are often forced to wrestle with the concept of guanxi in their day to day activities and decision-making process. One area where foreigners find themselves in trouble is when they mistake guanxi to suffice in business relationships and be more powerful than a written, legally binding contract in Chinese.
The following is my list of 10 must-read books for people planning their first business trip to China. I believe if you read them in the order below, they will provide the background needed to. You don’t need to know Chinese to use the book as there’s Pinyin in each sentence of the exercises that you do. Check on Amazon. Business Chinese Conversation [Elementary]-《经贸汉语初级口语》 There’s 6 volumes in this book series with 2 for elementary, 2 for intermediate, and 2 for advanced students. Signing a business contract with a Chinese company is a common practice for many investors in the country. Business agreements in China are formal and they usually mark the beginning of the relationship between parties (and they can still be amended as needed), as opposed to the European model that will often times mark the conclusion of an arrangement. Doing Business in China: A Practical Guide to Understanding Chinese Business Culture; Cowboys and Dragons: Shattering Cultural Myths to Advance Chinese American Business Many Chinese read the book for its insights into business, it’s customs and practices even though it was written almost over years ago. China Business Sites.
Book Description: A comparative study of business contracts and institutional developments during the early years of the People's Republic of China. Includes a case study of contracts in Chinese agriculture. The One Hour China Book ( Edition): Two Peking University Professors Explain All of China Business in Six Short Stories by Jeffrey Towson and Jonathan Woetzel out of 5 stars The contracts most commonly used by foreign companies which do business in China are: Purchase Contract: for the import of goods engaged in by foreign companies with Chinese providers, usually consumer goods and, to a lesser degree, industrial supplies. The Contract Law of the People’s Republic of China (Contract Law) has been called the most important piece of legislation in China in Passed by the Chinese national legislative body (the National People’s Congress, “NPC”) on Ma , the Contract Law took effect on October 1, .