“Companies that develop a strategic approach to doing business in China have markedly better outcomes than those that manage it tactically,” Scott Byrnes, Vice President of Marketing at Amber Road, notes.
In a recent article with Supply Chain Digest, Managing China's Changing Regulatory Landscape, Byrnes discussed the results of a recent SCM World China Trade Management Survey and how companies should manage CTM issues, from trade regulations to fines and penalties. Byrnes highlighted several ways to manage trade intricacies, including the following:
- Recognizing that China does not have a country-wide approach to regulatory policies and procedures.
- Developing local contacts
- Adopting China Trade Management (CTM) technology and content
Interested in more information on navigating complexity in China? Don’t forget to join SCM World and Amber Road for a live webinar tomorrow, Wednesday, April 29, to dig a little deeper into the dynamics at play in China.
- Kevin O’Marah, Chief Content Officer, SCM World
- Barry Blake, Vice President, Research, SCM World
- Kae-Por Chang, Managing Director, Amber Road China
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