Washington, DC, August 26, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The China Business Handbook, a resource guide for conducting business in the People’s Republic of China, has been published by the U.S. Commercial Service in association with Dezan Shira & Associates, Inc.
The China Business Handbook provides a general overview to successfully doing business in China. The newly published guide contains chapters devoted to the Chinese market; Shanghai and the Yangtze River Delta; business advisory topics, including choosing a China structure, IPR issues, staffing and managing supply chains; selling to China’s emerging middle class; and industry case studies.
The U.S. Commercial Service is the trade promotion unit of the International Trade Administration which is a division of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Dezan Shira & Associates http://www.dezshira.com/
is a multi-office provider of legal, accounting, compliance and other business services based in China. Founded in 1992, the firm provides a range of services for companies considering or already having made a in foreign direct investment (FDI) in China. These offerings include Chinese accounting, tax, payroll and due diligence services. These services are also provided in Dezan Shira has 16 offices strategically located in China, Hong Kong, Vietnam and India.
Dezan Shira also publishes a variety of magazines, books, newsletters and other publications through its Asia Briefing Media Ltd. Its primary publications include "China Briefing,” http://www.china-briefing.com/news/category/business/fdi, "India Briefing," "Vietnam Briefing" and "2point6billion" - the latter title being derived from the combined population of China and India, and showcasing business developments in Emerging Asia.
Subscribers to China Briefing can download the guidebook free at http://www.china-briefing.com/news/2009/08/24/us-commercial-service-releases-china-business-handbook.html
Dezan Shira & Associates is a member of The Leading Edge Alliance based in Chicago.
“The China Business Handbook is intended to provide U.S. companies with access to more knowledge, information, and expertise needed for success in the China market,” according to William Brekke, the senior commercial officer for the U.S. Commercial Service in Beijing.
This guide is part of the U.S. Commercial Services ongoing efforts to support U.S. businesses operating in or selling to China. It is being distributed to all U.S. city chambers of commerce, world trade centers and department of commerce offices throughout the United States and China.
U.S. companies accounted for nearly US$71 billion in imported good to China in 2008.
The U.S. Commercial Service has trade specialists in 107 U.S. cities and in more than 80 countries which work with businesses to increase revenues through exporting. Services include: market research, trade events, introductions to qualified buyers and distributors, counseling and advocacy.