Doing business with China today calls for companies to pay keen attention to both Chinese and U.S. trade policy, import and export controls and constantly changing regulations, say two global trade and national security experts at Lowenstein Sandler.
While the U.S. and Chinese business communities continue to have a mutually beneficial relationship, the reality is that the bilateral political discourse is becoming more strained. Both governments are implementing measures to protect their domestic interests and this affects business.
How are companies supposed to navigate these new challenges? With the Lunar New Year holiday slowdown upon us, it is a good time for strategic business planning to reduce exposure to these risks.Click here to view the full article