Chris Devonshire-Ellis writes how businesses worldwide need to plan for long-term changes in their communications strategy, workflow, and use of technology.
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Chris Devonshire-Ellis notes in his latest op-ed that very few British firms want to pull out of China despite recent challenges as indicated by China-Britain Business Council’s latest survey.
Shanghai is keen to strengthen its position as a finance and research hub on the mainland – even as COVID-19 has temporarily disrupted development plans. The eastern megapolis is home to over 1,000 multinational headquarters and foreign R&D centers in China. New policies target financial opening-up in the Lingang New Area of Shanghai’s Pilot FTZ.[…..]
In his latest op-ed, Chris Devonshire-Ellis talks about China’s expected recovery after COVID-19 is contained, and contrasts with the post-SARS experience.
The impact on businesses operating in China and the resumption of factories has been faster than anticipated, writes Chris Devonshire-Ellis in this op-ed.