Joint-Ventures in China: How to make your partnership successful

Following China opening up reforms in the 90s, investors from all over the world have rushed in the country to get a piece of cake: the market was extremely promising, with a large and totally untapped consumer base. However, laws and regulations were still very obscure and local tastes and preferences rather unknown for westerners. Considered as a convenient and cheap way to enter the Chinese market – and also because government often required foreigners to do so – foreign investors established Joint-Ventures with local partners.

Updates on Shanghai Free Trade Zone

After 8 months since its launch, in September 2013, the much-acclaimed FTZ is now raising more and more concerns about its effectiveness and key role in fostering trade and providing concrete measures for it. Many innovations still seem more theoretical than pragmatic. If in the very first months after its launch this could still leave space to the ambition and optimism of government officials now this mood is starting to creek under the growing urgency for more concrete implementations.

8 things to know about setting up your company in China


During a recent business seminar in Beijing, an American lawyer with 25 years experience in his field offered a poignant piece of advice to foreign companies entering the Chinese market: “Remember you are in China”. 

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