Top-Line Tactics for 2015: 7 measures to guarantee short-term results this year

Board members across the globe are worried about the next call with their China-based colleagues. China’s economic growth has slowed to its weakest in 24 years, and the January HSBC purchasing managers’ index (PMI) pointed at a further contraction for the second consecutive month. In this weaker economy, manufacturers have cut prices for six months […]

Exporting to China

The Georgia state government reported that in 2013, more than 14,500 Georgia companies exported $37.6 billion in goods and services to 230 countries and territories, and Georgia became the 11th-largest exporting state in the country.  A large amount of such goods and services went to China.  According to the Georgia Department of Economic Development, China […]

GCA Hosted MOFCOM Delegation

Georgia China Alliance, Georgia Power and Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice LLP hosted a reception on November 15, 2010 to welcome a delegation led by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce.The delegation consisted of about 40 business executives from a broad range of industries, including textile, agriculture, chemistry, banking, investment, trading, and others, and Chinese government […]

Manufacturing in China and Vietnam

Manufacturing in China and Vietnam A Perspective by Scott Ellyson, CEO, East West Manufacturing Those of us who work in China have seen numerous changes in just the past decadeas the country evolves from an agrarian society to an industrial one. The speed of thetransformation has been astonishing, and the process is far from complete. […]

Legislature’s China caucus to push trade

(March 09, 2005) Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia business and political leaders will have the opportunity to show their support for, or at least their curiosity about, the People’s Republic of China on Thursday with the introduction of the Joint House and Senate Caucus on China. State Sen. Sam Zamarripa (D-Atlanta), the caucus’ main sponsor, will hold […]