Considerations When Moving Manufacturing Out of China

Considerations When Moving Manufacturing Out of China

Dan Harris discusses key concerns for businesses that pull the plug on manufacturing in China.

GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest audio Interview “Managing Considerations When Moving Manufacturing Out of China” https://globalautoindustry.com/managing-considerations-when-moving-manufacturing-out-of-china/  features Dan Harris.

Harris is founder & managing partner, and head of China Manufacturing Practice with Harris Bricken, an international law firm. He writes and speaks extensively on international law with a focus on protecting businesses in their foreign operations and he has had the rare honor of being designated a “Super Lawyer,” according to GlobalAutoIndustry.com.

Harris started and operates the China Law Blog, which is regarded as one of the best law blogs on the web today. The ABA Journal named the China Law Blog to its Blawg Hall of Fame (a designation given to the top 20 law blogs of all time). Forbes, Business Week, Fortune, The BBC, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Economist, CNBC, The New York Times, and many other major media players have looked to him for his perspective on international law issues.

In the 23-minute audio Interview, Harris discusses the following questions:

  • What’s so tough about leaving China? Can’t a company just tell its factory there that it’s done?
  • Why do you say this?
  • There’s more? What else happens?
  • Does the Chinese government allow these sorts of things?
  • What should companies do with China after they have essentially gotten out?

Click here to listen to the Audio Interview:

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