We support your business interests in China
Foreigners are generally the focus of these criminals since, on average, foreign visitors carry twice as much in assets as locals. This possible danger contrasts with the friendliness of the Chinese people and their interest in doing business with westerners. In general, Chinese businesspeople are always seeking to expand their markets, product lines, and service offerings.
Doing business through courtesy and tradition
In China, acquaintance and friendship blend together, so even mere acquaintances are readily introduced as close friends. This can lead to problems with business contacts. Business deals are often conducted over a meal. Unlike Koreans, the Chinese don’t find it impolite to negotiate while eating.
Negotiations shouldn’t be the main topic of conversation, however. It’s common to praise the food, commend the artistry of the chef, and admire the choice of restaurant if it was selected by your business partner. Business topics are only briefly touched on, and business-related conversations are spaced between entertaining anecdotes.
China’s business climate
China is a trading nation, and it readily presents itself as much publicly. In business activities, it generally focuses on its own profit and on national advancement. Family and the state are closely linked in the minds of the Chinese people, and it’s essential to keep this in mind in business dealings.
Though many Chinese complain about the corruption of local building companies and large enterprises, foreign firms remain the focus of controls and surveillance. China is one of the only countries that follows two parallel political tracks and thus divides its own economy. Foreign and domestic policy complement one another in an economic policy that favors China and sees other countries as autonomous nations.
For example, China basically manufactures products for the Chinese market and products for export at different standards of quality. It assumes responsibility for quality control only for domestic goods, since the Chinese view other countries as responsible for their own goods and their own quality review.
Achieve success with business transactions in China
China is now the fastest growing country in the global market and is becoming increasingly attractive as a business partner. The country possesses capital and plays a large role in international capital markets.
To be successful in business in China, it’s essential that you know the cultural landscape. Language plays a significant role. To get started in this economically important country, you need professional communications support. That’s why we support your project with professional translations by native-speaking translators. They know the country and its cultural, economic, and linguistic features. They can give your translation pinpoint accuracy. Your Chinese business partners will appreciate your efforts.
Whether you direct a medical company or seek to market a product in China, we have the ideal translator for every situation. Our translators are well versed in Chinese and familiar with the tone of Chinese conversation. As native speakers raised in the country, they’re able to translate your texts with pinpoint accuracy, taking into account all aspects of the language.
We provide you with prompt and reliable translations of texts in all fields. Just send us your text in an email message or use the contact form. Our experienced project managers will review your request and respond with a no-obligation prospectus.
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