Guide for UK businesses selling goods and services into China
New guide to help UK businesses access opportunities and win export business in the Chinese market.
New Landscapes of Doing Business in China: Practical Guidance for UK Businesses Selling Goods and Services into China
PDF, 2.92MB, 52 pages
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Department for International Trade’s (DIT) new guide to doing business in China is aimed mainly at small and medium enterprises (SMEs). It provides points of contact to those best placed to assist your business in opening up opportunities and winning business.
The publication provides information on:
- DIT and its services
- China Britain Business Council (CBBC)
- UK Export Finance (UKEF)
- using the Renminbi
- selling online
- visiting the market
- researching the market
- establishing a local presence
- Shanghai free trade zone
- investment environment
- protecting investments
This was published originally by UK Trade and Investment which has since moved to the Department for International Trade (DIT).