China Sales Law Main
SELLING FROM CHINA
Providing legal support to Chinese businesses selling to the
United States and Canada.
In an increasingly global marketplace, it is imperative to continue the
expansion of one’s business operations beyond China’s national borders.
Yet to properly realize the profit potential attainable through this
export venture, the process is
central to its success. Without a well-conceived and implemented
export process, much of the realizable profit potential can be lost.
Designing and maintaining an efficient export process can be an arduous
undertaking, given the degree of legal and regulatory requirements that
can be necessitated to satisfy competing foreign demands that are
required of global importers and exporters. We operate in a highly
scrutinized global business environment, where foreign governments have
seized substantial control over the export process through their intense
regulations and business entities (both partners and competitors) are
not necessarily honest and truthful in their operations.
With such challenges to the export process, many of which may not be
immediately evident, it is essential that your export process be
continually maintained and optimized. Your legal team is central
to this process and their engagement in shaping and directing your
export efforts should not be minimized or otherwise overlooked.
They play a critical role in positioning your business for success in
the international export market.
For more information with respect to engaging our legal
services to optimize your business operations between China and the world, contact China
sales lawyer Christopher
Neufeld at either
or (001) 905-616-8864.
China sales lawyer
Neufeld is an
international business lawyer admitted
to practice law in both Ontario (Canada) and New York (U.S.A.), with
Alberta (Canada) pending.
Christopher's legal practice focuses primarily on business law, with particular
emphasis in the areas of international business dealings, corporate commercial transactions (mergers, acquisitions, divestitures,
business purchases and sales, etc.) and business contract work. For
Chinese business in Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, Guangzhou,
Shenzhen, Tianjin, Xi'an, Shenyang, Nanjing, Wuhan, Harbin, Hangzhou,
Chongqing, Chengdu, Tangshan, Zhengzhou, Changchun, Zibo, Qingdao,
Nantong, Changzhou and the rest of China.