We have been sourcing material and components in Asia for the past 10 years and know first-hand both the opportunities and risks involved of doing business in the region. Whenever we feel the need to minimize our risks, or to solve urgent problems in our supply-chain, we collaborate with Current Consulting’s team in Hong Kong and Shanghai and they always deliver fast service and efficient solutions.

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Foreign Businesses Flee China

Many foreign businesses, including Sony, Home Depot, Revlon and L’Oreal, have begun closing up shop in China. A powerful speech delivered by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos was hoped to address the issue […]

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China Invests in Tourism

China plans to invest US$290 billion in the tourism industry between 2016 and 2020. Older industrial and resource-dependent cities are encouraged to make greater efforts to attract tourists, and several depleted coal cities are currently in the process of turning […]

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2017: Eventful Year for China

2017 will be an interesting year for the Communist Party of China. Next fall, China will hold the 19th National Congress, which will determine the top leadership and bring forward discussions regarding the country’s political future. At the same time, […]

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Cyber Security Worries Foreigners

China’s latest cyber security law may do more harm than good. The law, which is intended to protect Chinese servers from hackers, requires foreign companies to provide the Chinese government with private information regarding network equipment and software. The law […]

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Internet Drives Trade

The future of trade may be more dependent on the Internet rather than government policies. US President-elect Donald Trump is the latest political figure vowing to cut trade and bring jobs back home. Regardless of his efforts, experts see growth […]

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