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How To Form A China Company (WFOE or JV). Hong Kong Entities. They’re Baaaaack. Part II.

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Less than a month ago, we wrote a post, entitled, How To Form A China Company (WFOE or JV). Hong Kong Entities. They’re Baaaaack. The gist of that post was that my law firm was now favoring the forming of Special Purpose Entities in Hong Kong to hold the soon to be formed Mainland China Wholly Foreign… Continue Reading

Using Customs To Protect Your Brand From China Counterfeits

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One of our lawyers just returned from the INTA conference in Washington DC, a gathering of nearly 10,000 intellectual property professionals from around the world. A number of speakers at the conference emphasized how using customs to seize counterfeit goods can be a very powerful tool for protecting brand-owners from counterfeit goods. The European Court… Continue Reading

Will India Challenge China?

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Just read a very interesting post, entitled, “Will India Challenge China? Not yet.” The post is by GE Anderson over at the ChinaBizGov blog. I know GE Anderson to be one very smart guy (with a Ph.d and an upcoming book to prove it) and one damn fine analyst of things China, particularly those things… Continue Reading

Is China Too Risky? Aon Says No.

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Not quite sure why, but I have been writing a lot lately about the risks of operating a business in China. A few months ago, I did a post entitled China Is The Risk. I See Clouds and a few weeks ago I did a post entitled Secure And Insecure Countries. In Light Of Egypt. An Open Thread. Both… Continue Reading

The Chinese Are Coming, Part XV — India Says It’s So

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For all the many posts we have done on how Chinese companies are expanding worldwide (this is, after all, part 15 of the series), I still doubt there are more than a handful of Chinese companies capable of breaking into Western consumer or high end business markets. Fairly recently, my international law firm worked with… Continue Reading

China And The BRIC Dream

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Just watched a ten minute or so movie on Goldman Sach’s website, entitled, “The BRICS Dream” [link no longer exists] (h/t to the Cal Poly MBA Trip Blog).  BRIC is an acronym for Brazil, Russia, India, and China and the movie, “led” by Jim O’Neill, Goldman Sach’s Head of Global Economic Research, notes it was… Continue Reading

Reading Indian Tea Leaves Tells Me China Is A Good Market

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China is more than just a manufacturing center.  It is also more than just a place to save money.  It is a place where money can be made. Many companies read how China is not yet a consumer society (how exactly is that determined, anyway?) and hear about cut-throat pricing and want no part of… Continue Reading

China And India — Deloitte’s Reality Beyond The Hype

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Big Four accounting firm Deloitte recently issued a report entitled, “India and China: The Reality Behind the Hype” (h/t to the Private Sector Development and Newschecker blogs).  As I was reading the report I took down all the interesting information in it, but I quickly realized there was simply too much to capture in a… Continue Reading