We spend a fair amount of time working with clients either in China or going in to China so I’m always interested to review books on the topic.
So it’s refreshing to see a pragmatic, insightful book on the topic with an intellectual property focus.
Lei Mei‘s - Conducting Business in China (Oxford University Press 2012) is just such a book. It’s easy to read and packed with practical insight from the author’s personal experience. Insights span cultural, relationship, business and intellectual property and add up to a very useful introduction to doing business in China.
Lei Mei has also helpfully added relevant IP legislation as appendices to the book.
This one is now on my recommendations list.