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Hong Kong, China Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry Based on the… Read More »

China Country Information

China is a country where everyone can feel like a moneybag. For example, he bought himself a collectible Rolex for ten bucks and a pair of Levi’s, but a little more expensive, for twelve dollars. Then, having eaten excellently and inexpensively, go to look at a dozen or two sights (with a strange UNESCO postscript).… Read More »

Landmarks of China

Despite the fact that Beijing is not the oldest city in China, it is still one of the most interesting. If you are in Beijing, then you certainly need to visit the Forbidden City, which is currently the largest palace complex where emperors used to live. This place is full of interesting historical buildings, and… Read More »

Behai Park, Beijing, China

Behai Park It is one of the oldest and largest gardens to have survived from the Chinese Empire and is located north of the Zhongnanhai government district in the heart of Beijing. The Behai Park (in German: North Sea Park), once the pleasure garden of the imperial court, looks back on more than 1000 years… Read More »

Climate Negotiations in a Hurry Part II

7: Alternative to the UN Getting all the countries of the world to agree on a common ambitious climate agreement through the UN has proved particularly difficult. An alternative is for a few of the most important countries to agree on less extensive agreements that do not involve all the countries in the world. According… Read More »

Climate Negotiations in a Hurry Part I

The world leaders agree with climate scientists that we must reduce greenhouse gas emissions sharply in the coming decades to avoid serious consequences of climate change. But they disagree on how to do it. The international climate negotiations have been going on for a number of years without the leaders agreeing on an effective international… Read More »

New Give for Non-proliferation? Part II

4: Non-proliferation and disarmament Two lines of conflict put the NPT under pressure right from the start: between those who have and those who do not have nuclear weapons, and between sellers and buyers in the nuclear market. The sellers of nuclear reactors are mainly Europeans, Americans, Russians, Japanese and South Koreans. The nuclear-weapon-free sellers in… Read More »

New Give for Non-proliferation? Part I

In May 2010, the eighth review conference (see facts) for the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) kicks off. The agreement obliges the nuclear powers to disarm, and everyone else not to acquire nuclear weapons. The disarmament initiatives of President Obama have created expectations, but are also met with skepticism. The problems are big, especially in the Middle East. Why… Read More »

China Modern Literature(1912-1949)

Either way, with the novel and the theater, a language is being prepared that will be decisive for the renewal of literature after the end of the imperial era. This is the so-called colloquial language. In its beginnings, this goes back to the Middle Ages, but has hardly found recognition, and wherever it came into… Read More »

China Business

China has the second largest economy in the world (after the USA). The Chinese economic system has been undergoing a profound change since the late 1970s, the focus of which is on the transition from central to decentralized control mechanisms and a diversification of the ownership structure. Economic reforms: Since 1992 the goal has been… Read More »