LID China Books
‚ÄúI was never really a big coffee drinker and, of course, tea is the thing in China. But I just can‚Äôt help myself. Also, the place I have now landed in, and my favourite, where most of my meetings and conversations seem to take place, is an eclectic mix of Chinese tea house and Western coffeeshop‚ÄĚ. Thus, begins Notes from a Beijing Coffeeshop, in which the author provides a series of fascinating observations of today‚Äôs fast-changing China.
Jon Geldart has spent the past five years in Beijing. His conversations with Chinese business leaders, opinion formers and ordinary Chinese provide deep insights into Chinese life, business and culture. Engaging and enlightening, the stories and profiles in this book are a gateway to seeing how people are really do business and living in the new China.
Author: Jon Geldart¬†
China‚Äôs amazing economic development has led this country to become an unavoidable reference for the business world as well as a continuous source of information and opportunities.
Madrid‚Äôs participation in the Expo 2010 Shanghai with its own pavilion marks a historic milestone that will lead to a turning point in this city‚Äôs relationship with China. This major presence in such a relevant event has been possible thanks to the collaboration between businesses and the Madrid City Council, with private economic contribution to the pavilion reaching over 40% of the overall investment.
Garrigues, an international law firm with offices in four continents, including China, is committed to internationalization and, consequently, partakes in this unique project as a ‚ÄúMember of the City of Madrid‚ÄĚ, the highest possible level of participation in the event.
Doing Business Safely in China has been written to facilitate foreign business activity in China and has been published with the aim of advancing the internationalization process of all types of companies, as well as the international promotion of both the city of Madrid and Spain.Authors: Francisco Soler Caballero