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    Letters from America: U.S. Companies Selling to China – The Initial Evaluation Steps

    This article serves well as an introduction to many of the resources, institutions, and professionally-qualified research material that can be obtained when studying the initial question: Is China right for me, and how can I evaluate this?

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    Letters from America: Chinese Investment in the U.S. – Strategy is Key

    The pros and cons of looking for Chinese investment This is Part XI of our ongoing Letters from America to Asia Series, featuring opinions and observations on America’s trade relations with China and emerging Asia from Chris Devonshire-Ellis. Dec. 10 – Now that the dust has settled following leadership issues in both the United States[…..]

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    Letters from America: Vietnam as a Manufacturing Destination for U.S. Companies

    Manufacturers in China are adding manufacturing capacity in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City for export back to China and beyond This is Part X of our ongoing Letters from America to Asia Series, featuring opinions and observations on America’s trade relations with China and emerging Asia from Chris Devonshire-Ellis. Dec. 3 – Over the[…..]

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    Letters from America: China Growth and Development for U.S. Companies in 2012

    The majority of U.S. corporations in China report growth of 10 percent and above, while keeping an eye on their China-destined manufacturing capacity This is Part IX of our ongoing Letters from America to Asia Series, featuring opinions and observations on America’s trade relations with China and emerging Asia from Chris Devonshire-Ellis. Nov. 26 –[…..]

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    Letters from America: Chinese Students’ Economic Contributions to the United States

    Cultural bridges also help bilateral trade This is Part VIII of our ongoing Letters from America to Asia Series, featuring opinions and observations on America’s trade relations with China and emerging Asia from Chris Devonshire-Ellis. Nov. 19 – A lesser known part of the U.S.-China (and U.S.-Asia) relationship is the huge amount of income many[…..]

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    Letters from America: Selling to China and the Right to Review Your Sales Contracts

    FCPA issues can arise even if you don’t have a China presence This is Part VII of our ongoing Letters from America to Asia Series, featuring opinions and observations on America’s trade relations with China and emerging Asia from Chris Devonshire-Ellis. Nov. 12 – In this column over the past few weeks we have discussed[…..]

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    Letters from America: U.S. Exports to Asia and American Job Creation

    The re-shoring of jobs to America and increasing exports to Asia will result in a more buoyant American labor market This is Part VI of our ongoing Letters from America to Asia Series, featuring opinions and observations on America’s trade relations with China and emerging Asia from Chris Devonshire-Ellis. Nov. 5 – One of the[…..]

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    Letters from America: Export Financing as a Key Component of U.S. Trade Strategy with China

    This is Part V of our ongoing Letters from America to Asia Series, featuring opinions and observations on America’s trade relations with China and emerging Asia from Chris Devonshire-Ellis. Oct. 29 – In this week’s letter from America to China, I have invited Gray Sasser, an attorney with the America law firm Frost Brown Todd,[…..]

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