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Doing Business in China by Glenn P. Wood

For many Western companies, especially smaller ones, the prospect of doing business with China is both tantalizing and terrifying. Between the People’s Republic of China and Europe or the Americas lies a formidable divide consisting of distance, culture and language. Most are aware of China’s economic success and rapid development of its own infrastructure. It seems that hardly a week goes by without a new high-speed rail link being opened or another air terminal being modernized and ATMs are more visible than they were prior to the Beijing Olympics. Thankfully, Western toilets are also more available making visits to China more comfortable. But practical problems remain when it comes to doing business. For example, many Western

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WHY THE Spaghetti Method COMMONLY USED IN BUSINESS Needs to Go!

How we have done business over the last 20 years has dramatically changed with leaders, consumers and technology moving us to produce and have things faster and quicker than ever before. And for businesses that want to stay ahead in their market or simply keep up and not fall behind, this pace of innovation and change does have a price.

Our need to be smart in business, to know and utilize our leverage points to make effective and targeted business decisions quickly has never been more

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Supply & Demand AND ITS EFFECT ON THE MARKETPLACE

 

Supply and demand is taught in schools as one of the most basic economic concepts. As soon as children can learn about currency and its relation to goods and services, they are next taught the demands of the market.  These  demands  completely  control  the supply  of  goods  and  services  that  companies and corporations create on a massive scale. The matriarch and patriarch of the international marketplace, supply and demand are the controlling factors of almost everything in

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Intellectual Property IN BUSINESS

As a thought is not a feasible and measurable thing, it can be hard to track the source of an idea. This leads  to  thievery  and  dispute, which eventually lead to the logical  incorporation  of  patents.

Without these, companies would have nothing to base their success on, as any competitor could easily match the strategy or design of another without violating any sort of laws or moral guidelines. Patented property most commonly consists of images, designs, inventions, and

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Gopayment FOR BUSINESSES ON-THE-GO

While credit cards have developed a bad media reputation because of the potential debt intricacies, a recent phone and tablet app has brought some good news to the table. Especially for the demographic of business owners, Gopayment has brought sales to a virtually new platform. The application is free, and allows users to download it and pay a small fee for each transaction.

These transactions can take place absolutely anywhere with an encrypted card reader. This makes any business that can

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