I spent much of May in Vietnam on business. While I was there, anti-Chinese riots broke out and I saw first hand in both Hanoi and in Ho Chi Minh how the government responded to them. More importantly, during my time there, I spoke with U.S. and Vietnamese government personnel and private practice lawyersLire la suite « What’s Your Vietnam Strategy? | Dan Harris | LinkedIn »
This is the first in a four-part series on negotiating with Chinese companies. In this post, part one, I describe common negotiating tactics the China lawyers at my firm often see from Chinese companies, and how to counter those tactics. Though my focus will be on service sector licensing deals, the negotiating tactics and proposed counters areLire la suite « How to Negotiate With Chinese Companies Part 1| Dan Harris | LinkedIn »
This is Part Three of a four-part series on How To Negotiate with Chinese Companies. Part Two is here and Part One is here. In this post I will discuss another common technique Chinese companies use to drive foreigners mad during the contract negotiation process so as to get what they want from the negotiations: the by nowLire la suite « How to Negotiate with Chinese Companies, Part 3 | Dan Harris | LinkedIn »
This is Part Two of a four-part series on How to Negotiate with Chinese Companies. Part One is here. In this post, I discuss three additional negotiating techniques Chinese companies commonly use when negotiating with foreign companies. 1. Death by a thousand cuts. The Chinese company is presented with a carefully drafted written contract. The Chinese company respondsLire la suite « How to Negotiate with Chinese Companies, Part 2 | Dan Harris | LinkedIn »
This is the last in my four part series on how to negotiate with Chinese companies. In my first three posts in this series, here, here, and here, I focused on negotiating techniques commonly used by Chinese companies and on what you should do to counter those. In this post, I focus on the cultural disconnects that oftenLire la suite « How to Negotiate with Chinese Companies, Part 4 | Dan Harris | LinkedIn »
The technological revolution can be used to develop a new approach to teaching. This video by Edutopia shows how the Ngee Ann Secondary School experiments with new methods of teaching to engage students in participating, connecting and working together to improve their learning experience. Technological revolution of education in Singapore – ASEAN UP.
Marqueur de pollution, les algues vertes sont aussi une ressource de premier choix pour Agrival. Le bioraffineur finistérien va augmenter sa récolte en mer dans un cadre strict. Conscient que les ulves vertes devraient se raréfier à terme, l’industriel se prépare à les cultiver sous serre. Courant juin, la société Agrival espère obtenir le feuLire la suite « Algues vertes. Un gisement convoité – Economie – Le Télégramme, quotidien de la Bretagne »
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Dear members and friends, We start this month of June 2015 with 2 job applicants as Operation Manager (Malaysian national with a high proficiency in French) and Personal Assistant. Moreover we have 2 internship applicants in Mechanical Engineering and IT Engineering. Should you need further information about these 4 candidates and our services please contactLire la suite « Malaisie-CCIFM-Internship »