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US-China Trade Relations

By | June 3, 2016

Recent events have caused US-China trade to be at somewhat of a standoff over the past recent weeks. At the top of the bill has been the recent devaluation of the Chinese Yuan (Renminbi), coupled with trade disputes in several different markets. This year has notably a very large potential for these types of problems to arise, enflamed… Read More »

Social Media Scammers

By | June 2, 2016

As we all know, the risk of being scammed in China is much higher than in the west, and in recent years, experts have saying the situation has been getting worse. EY Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services (EY FIDS) have evaluated the current environment of China’s social and business networks, and have found that within the past two… Read More »

The Risks of International Mergers and Acquisitions

By | May 25, 2016

Here at CNBizCheck, we are constantly researching business transactions between China and the international market. What really sparked our interest was today’s Wall Street Journal post about U.S. companies being acquired out by Chinese companies. The fact of this reality is that there are more perceived risks when doing business with China, and this fact has effected business in… Read More »

CNBizCheck; Export.gov Official Business Provider

By | May 24, 2016

CNBizCheck is very happy to announce that we have been approved as an official business vendor at export.gov. We are listed under the market research tab . We are very honored to be a part of this community and help US companies in their market research efforts. We hope to help as many business leaders we can get the… Read More »

Globalization of Chinese Products

By | May 23, 2016

Most business leaders understand the bargain China has when it comes to manufacturing and supplying goods for markets all over the world, but not talked about enough are the products manufactured solely for domestic consumption. These products are all very interesting, but have not been a part of the global international culture as plastic ware, clothes, and manufacturing… Read More »

Fraudlist.com; Resource for Checking on Known Scams

By | May 17, 2016

Fraudlist.com is a great tool anyone can use to check up on the latest scams happening in China. Their website layout updates its scam list daily, with testimonies straight from users and businesses like you. This is much like the tool the Better Business Bureau uses (BBB). This is great for checking up on businesses whose reports do… Read More »

The “Paper Tiger” or the “Parasite” Company Scam

By | May 12, 2016

Today we will be discussing a type of scam that is hard to deal with, as it cannot be solved through simple verification because simple verification would prove the company to be legitimate. Sometimes scammers go through great lengths to gain the upper hand and swindle unsuspecting companies from their hard earned money. The key to these high-risk… Read More »

The US Trade Deficit With China–What Does it Really Mean?

By | May 10, 2016

The USCBC has recently written an article over at China Business Review about the US trade deficit with China. The information in the article dispels many misconceptions about US trade with China and clears up what exactly a “trade deficit” means—more goods bought from overseas than manufactured in-country. Many people from the US view the trade deficit negatively, when… Read More »

How to Avoid the “Fake Company Scam” in China

By | May 9, 2016

China’s economy is still growing rapidly, making it one of the best countries in the world to invest and do business in. The problem is, oversight and business culture have not evolved to the standards of the west, creating an environment where scammers and fraud can pop in from time to time.  At CNBizCheck, we don’t want to… Read More »

Wal-Mart Recalls 1.2 Million Electric Water Kettles Made in China—Burn and Shock Hazard

By | May 7, 2016

(RTTNews.com) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT) is recalling about 1.2 million Rival brand electric water kettles manufactured in China after several reports of burns and shocks were reported. The recall involves kettles with model numbers WK8283CU and WK8283CUY, which were sold exclusively at Walmart stores from March 2011 through October 2015 for about $14. “The heating element can… Read More »