Learn how to navigate the business in world in China before you leave right here. Find help with all the business basics, from research, PR and marketing to setting up and expanding your business successfully in China. Impress all with your understanding of the NZ-China Free Trade Agreement and be uber-prepared with the travel advice and visa tools provided below. Plus, don’t forget to check China Mike for the latest updates on China travel and society.
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Doing Business in China
Facts about China's economy and opportunities for New Zealand business.
Travel advice to China issued by New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Register your travel intentions here.
For information on import quotas, tariff rates, rules of origin, and product and safety standards.
A booklet providing practical advice for Kiwi businesses looking to set up or expand in China.
The China Market Entry Handbook, published annually by The JLJ Group.
Understand the value of research before you enter the China market.
A 'how to' guide prepared by NZ Trade & Enterprise in November 2011.
Though China is 2,000 years ahead of New Zealand in doing business, Kiwis shouldn't be afraid to enter its market.
Commercial risks of non-payment in China are similar to the rest of the world, though debt recovery rules are less robust than New Zealand.
Corporate responsibility can match the size and scale of your company; for example, helping to educate an employee's family.
Tips on the China media environment, including how to communicate, evaluate and measure, plus media perceptions.
Travel advice to China issued by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade.
Travel advice to China issued by the Bureau of Consular Affairs, US Department of State.
A website and blog about Chinese consumers by Kiwis living in Shanghai.
Straight answers for doing business in China.
China-Mike.com - a blog on China travel and society.
China Briefing is a monthly magazine and daily news service about doing business in China.
Resources for expats and visitors.