7 Things to Consider Before Marketing Your Business to China - Part 1

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7 things to consider before marketing your business to China – part 1
Posted by Steven Chow on April 26, 2010 · 2 Comments China’s economy is booming, we are now
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Credit card payment are also common in China. Chinese normally don’t trust an unheard-of ecommerce website, so they are unwilling to make payment through the payment system on those website. Practically, you could set up a transaction in a well-known ecommerce site like Taobao.com, people will be more happily to pay through there. Withdrawing money from China has been an issue for foreigner companies, Alipay recently has launched a service which make the payment of ecommerce in China much easier, however, they do charge USD1000 system setting up fee and 3% transactional fee. Article you might interest: China online and offline payment strategy How to use Alipay No. 2 Business culture China is a country that is in the process of shaping up our credit system, we tend to doubt the legitimacy and creditability of any business before we prove that they can be trusted. Trust is a key issue for across border transactions. It is helpful if you display the certificate of your business license, tax license, certificate of well known organization(such as ISO, FDA, UL). We are not familiar with business practice in your countries and we don’t have resources to verify your business. Buyers will feel released if your business has some endorsement from China, for example, membership of a Chinese organization, bank account in a Chinese state run bank, documents issued by Chinese government. Or even better, if you have a representative office in China, or

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