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Western companies are increasingly heading to China to buy ingredients, as the country offers vast resources and enticing prices. However, partnering with Chinese suppliers requires effective navigation of cultural and language barriers, as well as the ability to understand and adapt to the nuances of Chinese business practices. Download INSIDER's Doing Business in China Digital Pulse to learn about the resources available to help facilitate business interactions in China, as well an update on the country's ingredient supply chain and insight into China's regulatory system for health food products and novel food ingredients. Takeaways include: *A business partner that specializes in China can connect Western companies with the appropriate business counterparts. *In China, signing a contract marks the beginning of negotiations. *China has a complex regulatory system for health food products and novel food ingredients.
Jun 03, 2015
Table of Contents
Viewpoint: China for Dummies
Doing Business in China: Successfully Connecting with Suppliers Amid Language, Cultural Barriers
Entering the Chinese Market: Novel Food Ingredients and Health Food Products
Navigating Quality in Chinas Ingredient Supply Chain
Takeaways for Your Business
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