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Setting Up Joint Ventures in China (Third Edition)

Published: May 2011

Starting with choosing a JV structure, assessing a potential partner, and conducting legal and financial due diligence, this guide walks you through the key points of setting up a joint venture (JV) in China.

Setting Up Representative Offices in China (Fourth Edition)

Published: May 2011

Do you want to do business in China? If you are already in this vast country and want to know more, or if you have never tried your hand at this fascinating market, then this book is for you.

Intellectual Property Rights in China (Second Edition)

Published: April 2011

This Guide is a detailed overview of all aspects of IPR and protection in China. Produced in association with AWS, an Austrian federal development and financing bank that provides development aid to projects focused on technology and innovation and other areas,

Doing Business in China

Published: December 2010

The China Briefing Business Guide to Doing Business in China is the definitive guide to one of the fastest growing economies in the world, providing a thorough and in-depth analysis of China, its history, key demographics and overviews of the major cities,

Business Guide to China’s Emerging Second and Third Tier Cities

Published: April 2010

The guide book is the definitive guide to China’s second and third-tier cities. It provides a thorough and in-depth analysis, regional intelligence and overviews of fifty of China’s emerging cities, featuring economic data, infrastructure and investment climate reviews, and a directory to development zones, business associations, media and major hotels in all locations.

Business Guide to Beijing and Northeast China (Second Edition)

Published: April 2008

This book is a detailed overview of Beijing and Northeast China, including the Provinces of Hebei, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning and Shandong, and contains detailed introductions to the cities of Anshan, Beijing, Changchun, Dalian, Dandong, Harbin, Jinlin, Jinan, Shenyang, Shijiazhuang, Qingdao, Qinhuangdao, Tianjin, Weihai, Yantai and Zibo.

Business Guide to West China

Published: March 2008

West China consists of ten provinces and autonomous regions all with varying economic importance and demographics. The diverse region spans from the Tibetan Plateau, stretching to more than five provinces to the Yangtze River till finally the Gobi desert. This guides aims to supply the most accurate and up-to-date business information and statistics for West China relevant for the foreign investor.

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