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Chinese Manufacturing Remains On Top despite Labor Cost and Aging Concerns

Results released on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 of an international survey conducted by the United States Council on Competitiveness and Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd revealed that China was still the top dog when it comes to manufacturing destinations. This conclusion was derived from more than 550 interviews with senior leaders and CEOs of global companies involved in the manufacturing of …

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Overcoming the SME Hurdles of Doing Business in China

Although experiencing a slowdown in some sectors, China manufacturing has just reached a two-year high. HSBC’s January index figures showed a rise to 51.9 from December’s showing of 51.5. Anything over 50 indicates growth. This booming nation continues to draw an ever increasing group of businesses and entrepreneurs seeking to set up shop, especially since the government is continuing to …

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Growth of Western China via Attractive Links to UK & Dubai

Western China is seeking to lure more of its quarter billion population to its cities by offering alluring jobs and financial opportunities. In past years, the Eastern seaboard containing such powerhouses as Shanghai has been the main attraction due to the wealth of that area’s cities. However, those doing business in China are finding that very attractive offers are being …

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Finding the Right China Manufacturing Partner

There is a great deal of benefits awaiting a company that can hook up with a good Chinese manufacturer. However, there is much more involved in the process of China sourcing than simply grabbing a willing party. There are various pitfalls that loom around doing business in China so here are a few tips that will help you not only …

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China Manufacturing Accelerates in Growth

Although various industries are still sluggish in China, a recent survey conducted by HSBC Corp reveals that the country is recovering economically from the 2008 downturn. This is particularly true of the manufacturing sector which is showing its strongest rise since the crisis. December rates for manufacturing climbed to their highest point within the past 18 months. Also, the manager’s …

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Global Sources’ China Sourcing Fairs Finds Success in Africa – TSNN Trade Show News (blog)

The China Sourcing Fairs are exclusively for importers, traders, and other volume buyers who purchase consumer products for resale to markets throughout Africa. Last year, more than 7,000 qualified buyers attended the event, a 20-percent increase, compared with the inaugural events. TSNN.com is a powerful international trade show gateway. We’ve spent years compiling a global, qualified and up-to-date trade show …

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Start Importing from China: A Practical Guide to Sourcing Suppliers, Setting Up Contracts, and Logistics

Do you want to learn how to import from China to America? Then, you should read this book. “Start Importing from China” is a concise and practical guide, which will walk you through the major steps of sourcing goods from China and importing them to America. You will learn how to find factories and suppliers in China, how to set …

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China’s manufacturing grows in November

Analysts have cautioned that a Chinese recovery is likely to be “L-shaped,” meaning the decline might have stopped but improvements in growth should be gradual. That would be a setback for exporters of commodities and other goods that are counting on China to help drive a rebound in global demand. Read more: https://www.foxnews.com/world/2012/11/30/china-manufacturing-grows-in-november-in-latest-sign-possible-economic-recovery/?#ixzz2GTnUgbrz China Federation of Logistics & Purchasing: www.chinawuliu.com.cn …

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China’s Overproduction of Solar Panels Floods Market

Solar panel technology has been enjoying an increase in use over the past several years and, therefore, higher sales around the world have been a result. China manufacturing companies of solar panels have been turning them out beyond capacity on the anticipation that customers will buy from China rather than manufacturers in other countries such as the United States. However, …

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