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" I love it both because it is helpful and because it does a great job of expressing some of the peculiarities of deals in China. 1. The Sino-foreign joint venture. Ms. Johns-Putra's take on these is that negotiating these often becomes "more adversarial than it should because it feels like two parties are trying to carve out their individual niches and protect their own turfs. It can be easy to forget that the point of the exercise is to provide the basis for the ongoing management and governance (and success) of the jointly-held company." I completely agree that negotiating joint ventures often becomes ...
sometimes 'J-V') is a legal entity formed between two or more parties to undertake an economic activity together. It is a term more restricted to the US and the 'new' countries on the world map such as India and China. The JV parties agree to create, for a finite time, a new entity and new assets by contributing equity . They then share in the revenues, expenses, and assets and "control" of the enterprise. In European law, the term 'joint-venture' is an elusive legal concept, better defined under the rules of company law. In France, the term 'joint venture' is variously ...
What Can Happen If You Lose On A Deal In China?
That is to say, that should the judgement go against you then all of the following monies tabulated below, will be lost to you on-top of your actual current losses. And don’t go confusing Western Jurisprudence with that of China; it may very well go against you. Remember, this is another risk . As clearly stated beyond the main table, there may be further “ … arbitration fee(s) according to this Arbitration Fee Schedule, the CIETAC or its Sub-commission may collect other extra, reasonable and actual expenses pursuant to the relevant provisions of the Arbitration Rules. ” Meaning, that whatever you’re charged in the initial ... market research, surveys and trends
ChinaBizGov: Still Lost in Translation: 垄断 ≠ Monopoly
Preface: My Twitter acquaintances sometimes accuse me of being pedantic, an inconvenient malady to suffer when one is restricted to 140-character soundbites. While most of this article may indeed sound overly pedantic, it has a real-world application concerning the role of foreign automakers in the Chinese market. If you read to the end, I promise it will all make sense. What you see here is the scaffolding surrounding an intellectual edifice that is still under construction. If you find this sort of thing boring, you may want to skip grad school. :-) A few months ago, I wrote a series of posts (the first of which is here ) ... market research, surveys and trends


China Law Blog : China Law for Business
I hate when I have to be vague for attorney-client reasons, but at the same time, I also hate not writing on something really pressing and important. The problem is that the times I have to get vague often correspond with those times when I have important and current information. This is one of those times. There has in the last year or so, been an uptick in the number of lawsuits in the United States against Chinese companies. I do not have hard numbers to back this up, beyond the numbers of my own small law firm, but I have no reason to believe these are unrepresentative. This is happening for the following reasons, among ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
GM Expects China Sales to Reach Three Million by 2015 - BusinessWeek
April 12 (Bloomberg) -- General Motors Co., the largest overseas automaker in China, aims to sell three million vehicles a year there by 2015 as it adds new, more fuel-efficient models to meet demand. GM and its local partners are “on track” to sell more than 2 million vehicles in China this year, four years ahead of schedule, the company said today in a statement. It sold 1.83 million vehicles in the nation last year. The 3-million unit target cements the importance of China, GM’s biggest market in terms of vehicle sales so far this year. The carmaker’s local sales surged 68 percent in March, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Don't Miss the Forest for the Trees
over China’s restrictions on trade and foreign investment is reaching fever pitch. First it was Jeff Immelt, the chief executive of General Electric in a speech in Rome earlier this month raising the question of whether China “want[s] any of us to win, or any of us to be successful.” Then it was the chief executives of BASF and Siemens together with German chancellor Angela Merkel in an exchange with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao last weekend in Beijing, who all reportedly used pointed language to call China’s restrictive foreign investment and trade policies to question. These complaints, while valid, point ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
China's 'Generation X'
Ray Tsuchiyama has held leadership positions with start-ups and multinationals; he has led operations and global teams based in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America.   For Japanese automakers and parts suppliers, this has been a summer of discontent, beginning with a work stoppage on May 17 at a Honda parts factory in southern China.  Honda caved in, and the strikers received a 25%  increase in their monthly salary to 1,900 yuan. (A new iPhone without contract at China Unicom is about 5,000 yuan, or 2.5 times a worker’s monthly salary.) This victory led to strikes at two other Honda factories in Guangdong and Wuhan ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


International Joint Ventures in China after WTO Accession: Will ...
foreign joint ventures it will be explored how China's WTO entry ...... IJV again, as it is still difficult to get reliable data on the Chinese market, to ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Kazakhstan Energy Data, Statistics and Analysis - Oil, Gas, Electricity, Coal InsertEIAHeaderCode(); Home > International > Country Analysis Briefs > Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Oil Kazakhstan 's oil production is expected to rise substantially in the near to mid-term. Kazakhstan 's proven oil reserves are ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Joint Venture in China: The Experience of the Pekin Syndicate ...
authorized the dispatch of Chinese troops at the Legation's request. Fu Chung: Joint Venture Marketing in Honan, 1915-27. The Pekin Syndicate's inability to ...
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