Despite the growing forces of capitalism, China is still a communist country with communist values, aiming for modernization but not Westernization. It is paramount you understand and adhere to Chinese business etiquette to ensure successful cross cultural business relations.
Authority is accepted and the desire for equality prevails. Although the ‘iron rice bowl’ – the notion that the company or state will provide and that a job is for life – is less accepted now, the highest priority for most Chinese is caring for their families.
Our infographic on China will provide you with a snapshot of the essential things you need to know in order to foster better working relationships with the Chinese, as well as key data and some fun facts about the country.
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