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The first meeting of the China Business Club in Israel

Posted by Andrea Cristancho
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on Tuesday, 24 March 2015
in Business in China

Many Israeli exporters face challenges in the Chinese market, and with a variety of issues numerous specific questions arise. With the environment changing quickly there is a constant need to catch up and find out about best practices for doing business in China.

So this year – its PTL Group’s 15th anniversary of doing business in China – we established a forum for active managers of Israeli companies operating in the Chinese market, where it was possible to discuss the small details and particularities of doing business in China. This is of major importance since these "little details" crucially affect bottom line results at the end of the year.

Uncertainties in China- Dream Big or Be Averse to Risk

Posted by Vincent Hu
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on Sunday, 04 January 2015
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The concept of “Uncertainties in China” from a business perspective can reflect on uncertainties in several fields, including unpredictable government policy changes, dictatorship of the legislation system, business ethic problems, huge increasingly wealthy population with dramatically rapid consuming trend changes and rocketing e-commerce and social media adoption happening in China. This article mainly focuses on macro-economy trend and SMEs’ market entry strategies.

China GDP Exceeds USA?

Recently, a popular topic is how soon the GDP of China will exceed that of the US. Some analysts even assert that the real GDP of China has closed to or equated with that of the US. The achievement of GDP growth of China was amazing in these past twenty years, so does the discussion about the GDP surpassing expectation prove the China market would keep growing and be a wonderful place to do business? Following MNCs, should SMEs dream big and head towards the China market?

ChAFTA - The Main Changes

Posted by Josh Morrison
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on Thursday, 27 November 2014
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The much anticipated China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) has been signed on 20th November 2014. ChAFTA secures Australia's competitive position with its largest trading partner and lays the foundation for a deeper and stronger long-term strategic partnership.  ChAFTA was also the main point of conversation in the business tour our VP of Sales & Marketing - Arie Schreier - just completed in Australia. The focus was on materializing the benefits of this agreement. Here we list a few of the industries of our interest - Agriculture, Raw Materials, Investment, Trade in Services and Financial Services.