ChinSight

Business & Trade With China

Monday, April 29th, 2013

Increasing Numbers of Cashed up Chinese Buyers for Australian Indigenous Art: Are we Ready for the Challenges that Translating Art Brings?

Selling art works to Chinese is unlike doing business with them in traditional business trade sectors. It requires the communicator or the “messenger” (most of the time will be the interpreter or translator) to obtain in-depth knowledge...

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

China’s Party – How Does the System Work?

From China's Parliament, the National People's Congress, with over 2000 delegates, the leadership and direction of China is in the hands of seven men in the Standing Committee. It is the Party that controls every aspect of...

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

China’s Consumer Revolution is Underway

The Chinese consumer revolution is underway – and anyone doing business in China will need to respond. Private consumption is going to replace investment as the main driver of GDP growth in China. Household savings will decline...

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

A New Spin on Staff Retention in China

At a China Lunch Club event (Australian Business Forum) on 15 March 2013, Danny Armstrong, General Manager, China Banking & Country Head of NAB gave some insights on life in Shanghai, as well as the economic relationship...

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Plan Your Trip around China’s Holidays in 2013

China enjoys many more holidays than we in Australia do these days. If you are planning to visit China on business, make sure you check out these dates first.

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

Consumers the New Force in China – How to Capture a Slice

$41 trillion will be spent by consumer in China by 2020 - how to capture a slice

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

The naming Quandary – Brands need Appropriate Names

Brands  and consumers are the rising stars of China. Selling platform Alibaba has huge global aspirations and the Chinese e-commerce company believes its transaction volumes will exceed those of eBay and Amazon combined in 2013. Tencent, an...

Sunday, December 2nd, 2012

White Paper White Out – the translation in Chinese highlighted Asian illiteracy

The Prime Minister's White Paper was supposed to road map Australia's path to Asian success. Pity the translation in Chinese highlighted Asian illiteracy.

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

Mission Accomplish – Eight things you must do to make your mission possible and a FABULOUS OFFER to help you

Whether you are one of the 600 plus delegates heading on the Baillieu Super Trade Mission to China, or whether you are joining another mission to China, we've put together some helpful tips and pointers to make...

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