Culture eGuide | China


Learn About the Importance of Chinese Business Culture

Although China is one of the world’s largest economies, doing business in China isn’t as easy as it seems and requires a certain level of cultural competency. You never know when you run the risk of being misunderstood, or your words being mistranslated. Unlike Western societies, the Chinese frown on those making grandiose claims in their business dealings, so avoid “overselling” your product or service. Another cultural difference is the tendency of the Chinese to not say “no” directly but to give a more non-committal reply such as “I’ll think about it”. By downloading Alpha Global Xperts China Business Country Guide, you can avoid making these significant cultural missteps and increase your chances of business success in China.

The People’s Republic of China has been a global economic powerhouse for many years. Aside from being the most populous country in the world, China’s economy is the second largest in the world behind the U.S. It has now become the world’s largest car market and the biggest energy consumer which presents many opportunities for several related industries.

In our 13-page guide you will learn the soft skills that will increase your chances of success including:

[icon name=icon-check-sign] Social and business culture

[icon name=icon-check-sign] Business etiquette and the social environment

[icon name=icon-check-sign] How to conduct meetings and negotiations

[icon name=icon-check-sign] Different communication styles

And you will find out about:

[icon name=icon-check-sign] Opportunities for foreign investors

[icon name=icon-check-sign] Businesses that are already doing business in China

[icon name=icon-check-sign] Ecomic sectors that are poised for growth

According to the International Monetary Fund, China is poised to become the largest economy in the world by 2016. Find out about the numerous business opportunities in China today!

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