Published April 2017
It’s been nearly 16 years since China formally joined the WTO and tilted global trade on a new axis. China has become the most important economy in the world on the back of its manufacturing prowess, and more recently, its growing consumption.
This American Shipper white paper prescribes how companies can leverage the huge opportunities in China while also managing its intense regulatory complexity to prosper in this still vital economy. It also looks at the four key elements of China's position on trade, including:
Expanding ties with the EU
Growing consumption market
Holding position as the world's manufacturing hub
Its possible rocky future with the U.S