Long-term investment projects require a thorough understanding of all attributes of doing business in that country, including import/export restrictions, labor relations, supplier financing, tax rules, depreciation schedules, currency properties and restrictions, and sources of short-term and long-term debt, to name a few. China is currently the focus of investment and market penetration strategies of multinational firms worldwide including Acme. Your supervisor has asked you to gather information on some of these factors that your company or any MNE would want to consider when doing business in China.
As you begin your research, you realize your company would make a significant profit from doing business in China. You also discover that policies on employee welfare, labor relations, etc. are the antithesis of what your CEO firmly believes. Do you include this information in your report, or just provide the strategic information you were asked to gather? (Please respond to this ethics question in a paragraph or two).
Use the Library and other Internet sources (you might start with the web sites listed here), to collect the information.
- Extract from Guide to Doing Business in China
- China Business Etiquette
You should address the following topics:
1. import/export restrictions,
2. labor relations,
3. supplier financing,
4. tax rules,
5. depreciation schedules,
6. currency properties and restrictions, and
7. sources of short-term and long-term debt.
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This solution will cover doing business in China. It will address import/export restrictions, labor relations, supplier financing, tax rules, depreciation schedules, currency properties and restrictions, and sources of short-term and long-term debt. It will cover these items in an overview explaining their status with short-term and long-term debt and how that might be approached from a new venture. This solution is approx 1,175 words with 9 references.