Risky Business In China. A Guide To Due Diligence

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Descriptions : Risk is a major reason that companies fail in, or fail to enter, China This unique book demonstrates how correctly applied due diligence can not only reduce business risk in China, but also provide excellent business intelligence to support negotiations and business relationships Based upon the author s twenty years of consulting experience in China, this practical book Risk is a major reason that companies fail in, or fail to enter, China This unique book demonstrates how correctly applied due diligence can not only reduce business risk in China, but also provide excellent business intelligence to support negotiations and business relationships Based upon the author s twenty years of consulting experience in China, this practical book is packed with real world case studies of failures and successes, providing a valuable and detailed road map to avoiding the most high profile pitfalls of business in China.Praise for Risky Business in China At the heart of this book lies the contradiction between the reality that investing and operating in China is a risky business but that China is simply too big to ignore Any business person would do well to read this excellent brief on the perils of dealing with China s vast and endlessly fascinating business landscape Tim Clissold, author, Mr China Jeremy Gordon has written an accessible manual on how to assess risk and due diligence in China A must have guide for the world s potentially largest market Linda Yueh, author of China s Growth The Making of an Economic Superpower Fellow in Economics, St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford China, long the most attractive market on earth, has also been regarded as the riskiest Risky Business in China provides a vivid portrayal of the multifold, manifest China risks but also provides a road map for navigating them This is a must read for all those involved, or aspiring to be involved, in China business Bill Fischer, Professor at IMD and former President and Dean of the China Europe International Business School CEIBS in Shanghai










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