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Doing business in China (4th edition)

This title offers business-people a theoretical framework for the understanding of business practices, markets, negotiations, organizations, networks and the Chinese business context.

Trading places?: VAT and Customs treatment of imports, exports and 'Intra-EU' transactions, and cross-border supplies of services in the Digital Age.

This book introduces the main concepts and trade facilitation reliefs that businesses must understand if they are to trade internationally with the least intervention and disruption from the Tax Authorities

Winning with partners: a practical guide to international expansion for SMEs

Aimed at managers of small-to-medium size companies (SMEs) interested in establishing a partner-based export business.

Growing business handbook: inspiration and advice from successful entrepreneurs and fast growing UK companies, The

A guide to maximising growth and controlling risk.

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Industry press

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UK exporters that embrace the changes forced by Brexit will find opportunities beyond the EU

The processes of international trade will remain the same after Brexit, says Lesley Batchelor.

Trade in a post-Brexit world

Exporters should form better relationships outside of EU borders, speakers at Food & Drink Federation Convention say.

Eyes wide open: broader due diligence for a more complex China market

The article discusses the importance of due diligence in helping companies make better decisions and manage risk while doing business in emerging markets such as China.

Cultural targeting

The author argues that companies seeking to build a long-term relationship in foreign markets need to ensure that their products reflect a consideration of local expectations and values.

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