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Chinese lantern 3 Trends in Chinese Manufacturing You Should Know About

3 Trends in Chinese Manufacturing You Should Know About

It’s no secret that China is one of the most important manufacturing capitals of the world. Forbes reported in June 2018 that “China/Hong Kong account for 291 of the world's 2,000 largest companies, up from 262 in 2017,” and the country’s emphatic prioritization of its manufacturing output shows no signs of waning.

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quality inspection Manufacturing in China: Why You Should Never Skimp on Quality Control

Manufacturing in China: Why You Should Never Skimp on Quality Control

If you ask anyone where the manufacturing center of the world is, odds are they would tell you that it’s China. This assumption is far from baseless. Manufacturing products in China and then exporting them to the United States is a cycle that’s worked for countless companies for many years, and that trend shows no sign of...

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Importing from China: The Ultimate List of Do's and Don'ts!

Sourcing Chinese Manufacturers: A HUGE List of Do's and Don'ts

This post is a comprehensive list of do’s and don’ts when importing from China. Basic guidelines from experience living and working here. While we've written articles, ebooks, guides, and posts about many of these list items, the point of this post is to provide a concise, at-a-glance list of what to do vs. what not to do when...

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overview of chinese Overview of Chinese Wholesale Suppliers by Region

Buying from China Wholesale Suppliers: Know Each Region's Specialty

Browsing Alibaba and Global Sources is one way of finding China Wholesale Suppliers.  But buyers who put in the legwork of actually going to China, attending trade shows and personally interviewing  suppliers usually have an advantage.

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automation and the future Automation and the Future of Chinese Manufacturing

In a recent op-ed published in the Washington Post, Vivek Wadhwa speculates that “over the next five to 10 years, manufacturing will return, en masse, to the United States” because “China is no longer an attractive place for Western companies to move their manufacturing.” Wadhwa attributes this development to the rise of high technology in manufacturing. “After all,” continues Wadhwa,...

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