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Conducting Business in China - 6 Expert Tips for SMEs

Conducting Business in China - 6 Expert Tips for SMEs

China’s economy is one of the largest in the world, second only in fact to that of the United States. And with a population over a billion strong, the Chinese market presents some serious opportunities for SMEs. But where should British entrepreneurs start when looking to break into China?
By Edward Hardy | Monday, December 5th, 2016 | SMEs
E-Commerce Series:  American Guitar Dealers in Japan

E-Commerce Series: American Guitar Dealers in Japan

Guitar dealers in Japan strategically purchased a surplus of what was their own local market for sale through various E-commerce stores, mostly eBay. Whether brand new, slightly used or older models, these guitar aficionados were able to sell out their entire supplies to a largely American consumer base.
By Andrea Barnes | Sunday, December 4th, 2016 | International Trade
Billing in USD as a Currency Strategy - How Effective is it?

Billing in USD as a Currency Strategy - How Effective is it?

The US Dollar is considered by many economists to be a safe haven currency, meaning that the odds of the US Dollar losing a large amount of its value are low. Because of this, many international companies choose to invoice their customers in USD, regardless of whether or not their own country’s currency is USD. Is this truly a good option for mitigating currency risk?
By Andrea Barnes | Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016 | Currency Risk

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