Chinese growth fell down to its lowest post since 7 years, with “only” 6.7% in the first quarter of 2016. This slow-down is due to the transition of China’s title, from “factory of the world” to a balanced consumption-based economy. New opportunities are therefore rising, for the one who will know, or even can, make business with China. The problem is that, with a rank of 84 out of 181 at the “Ease of doing business” ranking, trading with this Asian power is going to be a challenge. Nevertheless, for the last 15 years, the country has opened itself to the international sight on many criteria. You will find in this document the 10 principles to apply in order to ease your exports to China.
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