Talent Spot | Business Culture of Building Relationship in China

The challenges associated with building relationships and trust with local business partners, clients and customers, and with government officials can be a challenging aspect of doing business in China. While establishing a business presence in China has become more straightforward in recent years the problems associated with identifying key contacts in partner, client and government organisations, establishing mutually beneficial and trustful working relationships with them, and developing meaningful channels of communication have now become more pronounced

Talent Spot | What Does China Focuses on Cross-Border Business Activities

Last year, China Law Blog’s own Steve Dickinson participated in a panel discussion on taxes in China and how they impact the Chinese economy and in turn, doing business in China. The discussion was ably moderated by Eric Chai, Executive Director for the Private Wealth Association in Singapore. In addition to Steve, the panelists included:

Talent Spot | How to Doing Business In China Under China’s Tax System?

Last year, China Law Blog’s own Steve Dickinson participated in a panel discussion on taxes in China and how they impact the Chinese economy and in turn, doing business in China. The discussion was ably moderated by Eric Chai, Executive Director for the Private Wealth Association in Singapore. In addition to Steve, the panelists included:

Talent Spot | What do you need to know before doing business in China?

As we all know, China’s rise as a consumer economy has long been suspected, but recent figures have confirmed that the once export-orientated powerhouse is now much more internally focussed, creating enough opportunities for companies looking to expand abroad.

Talent Spot | How Australian Company doing business in China

As we all know, China’s rise as a consumer economy has long been suspected, but recent figures have confirmed that the once export-orientated powerhouse is now much more internally focussed, creating enough opportunities for companies looking to expand abroad.

Talent Spot | What are the challenges of doing business in China

As we all know, China’s rise as a consumer economy has long been suspected, but recent figures have confirmed that the once export-orientated powerhouse is now much more internally focussed, creating enough opportunities for companies looking to expand abroad.

Talent Spot | When China Rules The World - with Martin Jacques & Vince Cable

On the evening of February 22nd, Martin Jacques gave his talk entitled “When China Rules the World” at the National Liberal Club in London. The title, lifted from his newly expanded book which has sold 350,000 copies in 14 languages, is crafted to alarm Western sensibilities; not ‘if’, but ‘when’. China’s rise is far from over, but its hegemony is already considered a foregone conclusion.

Talent Spot | What kind of Subtle Cultural Mistakes You May Make Doing Business in China?

Any preconceived notion of China by Western businesspeople is a falsification, for China is infinitely more complex a place than can be imagined. Eden Collinsworth should know. She moved to Beijing in 2011, launched an intercultural communication consultancy, and wrote a best-selling Western etiquette guide for Chinese businesspeople -- learning a whole lot about her herself in the process. She compiles her experiences in a new book out today, “I Stand Corrected: How Teaching Western Manners in China Became Its Own Unforgettable Lesson.”

Talent Spot | Retention Is Top Benefits Objective, Employers Say

When recently asked to rank their benefits priorities, most employers (83 percent) chose retaining employees as their top objective, a new survey reveals, and over half (51 percent) said that using benefits to retain employees will become even more important in the next 3 to 5 years, reflecting a tighter labor market.

Talent Spot | China CEOs’ outlook of the global economy

The recent news headlines around political outcomes in the US (Trump’s win) and UK (Brexit) are a reflection of the anxieties that globalization and the prevailing economic systems might not have worked for everyone. Globalization has brought many benefits from connectivity to trade and capital mobility but also downsides. President Xi Jinping delivered a robust defence of globalization and technological progress. He said that China has not only been a beneficiary of globalization but has also contributed to inclusive growth through its poverty alleviation. While acknowledging the flaws of globalization, President Xi said that “we should adapt to and guide economic globalization, cushion its negative impact, and deliver its benefits to all countries and all nations”.

Talent Spot | Estimate the China’s Economy by choosing the right China’s Official Statistics

Recently ,it has been reported that Liaoning province had been fabricating its economic data from 2011 to 2014. As reported by the state-run People’s Daily newspaper, city- and county-level governments altered economic data, including exaggerating their fiscal revenues by at least 20 percent.Previously, the official news agency Xinhua reported that one county in Liaoning had overstated its fiscal revenues by an enormous 127 percent in 2013, among other incidents.

Talent Spot | 10 Important Statistics on Employee Engagement Among Women and Millennials

According to the Harvard Business Review (HBR), the extent of employee engagement at a company will impact everything from productivity to performance to cost-effectiveness to ROI.(return on investment) The companies that assign a high priority to employee engagement and are willing to embrace the organizational changes necessary to achieve it understand that changes in society are reflected in the workplace. Many of those changes involve the participation of women and millennials in the workplace. Employers can better understand how to accommodate these workers by reviewing the most recent statistics on employee engagement.

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