By Polly Chen China’s factory activities are shrinking at sharp pace due to the U.S.-China trade war and. In October, Chinese manufacturing activity fell to 49.3, which was an eight-month low. However, China’s manufacturing showed signs of revival in November.
By Dan Harris When a company comes to one of our international manufacturing lawyers for legal help, we invariably ask them about their potential or actual overseas product supplier(s). We do this because of how critical it is that they choose the right manufacturer for what they will be doing.
By Renaud Anjoran It is easier than ever for foreign buyers to have a manufacturer handle high-mix, low-volume orders, with short lead times. In other words, flexible manufacturing.
By Dan Harris International Manufacturing Turmoil Increases International Manufacturing Risks With all the turmoil created by the tariffs and the various other increasing risks of manufacturing in China our international manufacturing lawyers are being contacted by many companies seeking legal help after all has been lost. These are mostly companies that moved their manufacturing to […]
By Renaud Anjoran After about 40 years of openness, and about 15 years of ‘direct trade’ without Hong Kong trading companies, one might expect that foreign buyers take more precautions when dealing with Chinese suppliers.