Chinese Contracting Best Practices

There are many risks involved in dealing with Chinese companies.

We previously discussed The Importance Of China Due Diligence And Corporate Seals.

And we asked the probing question: Is The Era Of Cheap Goods From China Over?

Notwithstanding these concerns and others, the availability of comparatively inexpensive goods from Chinese suppliers will often convince an American company to accept China-related risks because of margins that hold the promise of strong profit potential in the marketplace.

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