"Businesses expose themselves and their customers to heightened risk when they share sensitive data with firms located" in the People's Republic of China, "or use equipment and software developed by firms with an ownership nexus in the PRC, as well as with firms that have PRC citizens in key leadership and security-focused roles," especially for "data service providers and data infrastructure,” according to a new business advisory from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Roberto Coppolo on Understanding the Chinese Millennial Leisure Traveler, in Alert! Magazine
The first and most important step to successfully launching a product or service is to choose the market(s) that are right for your business, says Sarah Boumphrey in Alert!
In the three decades since the People’s Republic of China began migrating toward a market-based economy, China’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has increased by an average of nearly 10 percent a year