Category: Doing Business in China

Many business owners see tremendous opportunities from China. The Chinese economy is now the 2nd largest in the world, and Chinese are increasingly making world-wide records in terms of personal spending per capital during travels, or making global …

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Introduction The Chinese Dream is getting a lot of buzz. As a marketer, I admire how China’s government has developed extensive, well-considered strategies for future growth and branded them the Chinese Dream. But based on ongoing conversations with …

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Due to China’s population size and growing economy, there is no doubt that Chinese consumers will be the main consumers of luxury goods in the future, trumping spending by American consumers by the billions. By 2030, China will …

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China 2015 GDP growth : 7.0% vs. 2016 GDP growth: 6.7% The good vs. bad cholesterol in China’s economy Good cholesterol Low unemployment & high job creation China added 13 million urban jobs in 2015 Urban employment rate:4.1% …

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China in the next Five years till 2020*: Top priorities in the next five years: Poverty- improve living standards of rural and impoverished people Education – invest in schools, including subsidies for rural areas Innovative society – increase …

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Export business could be time consuming and intimidating. Therefore, we are providing the forms and templates below thanks to Minnesota District Export Council, http://www.exportassistance.com, to help you go through this process easier, safer and more efficiently.  This is …

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This is Part 2 of You have to know the export essentials for your businesses series. For part 1 please see here: https://www.marcetable.com/2017/02/20/export-essentials-for-your-businesss-success-part-1/ Product Pricing Setting up the right pricing strategies is crucial to the success of going global. …

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Benefits of Exporting Export increase sales & income Common needs in foreign markets/more customers Improved economies of scale Exports diversity market risk Offset lags in domestic demand Seasonal & Domestic economic slow downs Exports extend product life cycles …

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With gradual enhancement of China’s economic development level, tourism consumption has become a necessity for its citizens. Chinese tourists have dual demands on sightseeing and health care.  This has given birth to an emerging tourism form: medical tourism. …

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In recent years, with the continuous and accelerated development of the domestic economic level and e-commerce providers, the level of social consumption has also shown explosive growth, a great amount of consumption has also left a great deal …

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