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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Commerce
  • Language:English
  • Pages:1184
  • eBook ISBN:9781617926617

2011 State of American Business in China White Paper

by American Chamber of Commerce in China

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Overview
AmCham-China’s American Business in China White Paper (White Paper) synthesizes the collective views of AmCham-China’s member companies and contains suggestions for both the US and Chinese government on how to improve the business climate. With industry and regional chapters, the White Paper is a comprehensive publication that presents the views and insights of our collective membership on trade and commercial issues affecting the US business community in China, as well as our views on the PRC’s overall business environment. With over 2,600 members from more than 1,200 companies, our members represent the perspective of US companies in China.
Description
AmCham-China’s American Business in China White Paper (White Paper) synthesizes the collective views of AmCham-China’s member companies and contains suggestions for both the US and Chinese government on how to improve the business climate. With industry and regional chapters, the White Paper is a comprehensive publication that presents the views and insights of our collective membership on trade and commercial issues affecting the US business community in China, as well as our views on the PRC’s overall business environment. With over 2,600 members from more than 1,200 companies, our members represent the perspective of US companies in China. New and expanded chapters for 2011 include: - Banking - Bond Markets - Business Process Outsourcing - Chengdu - Chongqing - Clean Technology and Environmental Protection - Construction Equipment Manufacturing - Dalian - Energy, Oil and Power - Express Delivery Services - Information and Communications Technology and Cyber Security - Innovation Policy - Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises - Standards, Certification and Licensing
About the author
The American Chamber of Commerce in the People's Republic of China (AmCham-China) is a non-profit organization which represents US companies and individuals doing business in China. AmCham-China's membership comprises more than 2,600 individuals from over 1,200 companies. It has more than 40 industry- and issue-specific forums and committees, offers unique services such as the Business Visa Program, holds a wide range of networking and informational events, and meets with US and Chinese officials to discuss challenges and opportunities facing US firms doing business in China. The Chamber's mission is to help American companies succeed in China through advocacy, information, networking and business support services.
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