Great China sourcing content worth reading from April 2013

Great China sourcing content worth reading

Here is a list of the most popular pieces of content from the China Sourcing Information Center. Much of the content below was created by PassageMaker staff who volunteer at the CSIC.

Mike’s Blog

Move over Shanghai Surprise. Meet the Zhejiang Screwjob.

Warning Signs of a Chinese Scam

First time sourcing? Q&A with an Australian buyer of Chinese products

Advanced sourcing skills: WFOE’s and other options for a China presence

Essential sourcing skills: Supplier Verification

Videos

Small Buyers Strategies: Video Tutorials

Exclusive Q&A from: ‘Top 10 Common Mistakes’ Seminar Part 2

Exclusive Q&A from: ‘Top 10 Common Mistakes’ Seminar Part 1

Common Mistake #10. ‘Not Knowing What to Outsource and What to Keep In-House’

Common Mistake #9: ‘Not Registering Your IP in Advance’

Common Mistake #4. ‘Not Conducting Due Diligence’

Common Mistake #2: ‘Not Knowing the All in Costs When Going China Direct’

Experienced or Not. Setting Up in China. Part 5 of 5

Experienced or Not. Setting Up in China. Part 4 of 5

Experienced or Not. Setting Up in China. Part 3 of 5

Experienced or Not. Setting Up in China. Part 2 of 5

Experienced or Not. Setting Up in China. Part 1 of 5

Articles

How Can Textile Factories Continue to Operate in Expensive China?

Advanced sourcing skills: WFOE’s and other options for a China presence

Best of March’s Asia Quality Focus Blog

Essential sourcing skills: Supplier Verification

Experienced or Not. Setting Up in China. Introduction to Series

Best of our Sponsors

“ask the experts”

Purchasing Brand Name Electronics

How Much do Sourcing Agents Charge?

Sophie’s China Sourcing Law Blog

Choosing Your Business Vehicle: Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprises

White Papers

Avoiding Middlemen: what most China sourcing agents, trading companies and brokers don’t want buyers to know!

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