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Dan Harris is one of the blogosphere’s leading voices on issues pertaining to Chinese business law and what it means from an international perspective. Based out of Seattle, Dan – founder of Harris Moure PLLC and author of the well-respected China Law Blog – was rated one of Washington’s “Amazing Lawyers for International Law” by Washington CEO Magazine in 2006.
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Since we started this blog back in 2006, we wrote of how you should expect and prepare for China wages and other prices to rise. In our very first month, way back in January, 2006, in a post entitled, “China is Booming, Go There for Growth,” we warned of rising China prices: This...
Had lunch the other day with a long-time client who has been involved with international outsourcing for more than twenty years and involved with sourcing product from China for at least ten. We talked a lot about what separates companies that do well in sourcing product from China from those that...
What is looking to be a top-flight China healthcare conference is going to be held on Saturday, March 24, at The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, in Philadelphia. The conference is the 2012 Intercollegiate US-China Healthcare Conference, an all day event offering a panel of expert...
I constantly hear that China manufacturing is cheap only for manufacturing in fairly large scale. Many (most?) Chinese factories are geared up for large orders and large production runs and they oftentimes reject smaller orders or price them prohibitively high. This “go big or go home”...
Every few months we get an email from someone seeking our help to prevent the Chinese government (broadly defined) from shutting down their business. Something is definitely afoot in China right now as we received three such emails just this week. The following is a composite of these three...