by Dan Harris I like this cartoon because it is funny. But I love this cartoon because it is so China relevant. This cartoon was sent to me by my friend Roberto De Vido, whose own very funny and topical cartoons can be found here. Roberto told me that “he knew” I would like this […]
by Renaud Anjoran When choosing whether or not to source from a given country, many factors should be considered: proximity of materials & components suppliers, network of processing and assembly factories, infrastructure, wage levels, labor productivity, access to skilled workers, and so on.
by Jacob Yount Do not let a high price quote make you think the vendor is incapable and not worthy of further negotiations. Many importers miss out on opportunities to work with quality suppliers because the buyer perceives their quote to be a high price. To the impatient importer, the high price is immediately classified as […]
By Asia Quality Focus team Strikes, suicides, accident in China factories manufacturing for big brands have shocked the world and affected the brands reputation as well as turnover. Responsible sourcing in China is starting to be taken into serious account by international brands and retailers. They understand that responsibility has a price and there are […]
by Dan Harris Our China lawyers often stress to our clients the importance of a well-crafted contract damages provision that contains a “just-right” amount of damages should there be a breach. We are often asked what the just right amount should and our answer is that depends on the specific facts and to what the Chinese […]