China Briefing business guide books secondary market – US$273 a copy
China Briefing’s business guides are always best sellers (say us, blushing slightly), and dare we say it, excellent value for money. However, even the usually unflappable China Briefing editor was somewhat taken aback by the high prices our books are now commanding on third party vendor sites. A click here will reveal our “China Briefing Business Guide to Shanghai & The Yangtze River Delta” being sold – three copies of them – for a whopping US$273 each.
While flattered, we can however remind readers that this book is also available, directly from ourselves, at a more reasonable US$70 plus p&p from our online store. Until stocks run out, at which point you’ll have to fork out nearly US$300 a copy, so get those orders in quickly!
Our full bookstore, with publications including guides to setting up in China (Representative Offices, Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprises, Joint Ventures, China Business Taxes, The Small-Medium Enterprise China Business Bible) and regional guides (Shanghai as mentioned above, plus Beijing and Northeast China and South China and The Pearl River Delta) can be viewed here with full content descriptions and order forms (neat plug for our book sales huh?).
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