Working with x Country

Working with China
China is the most populous country in the world, yet one of the least diverse, with 92% of its 1.3 billion population of Han Chinese origin. This is a society where, under Communist rule, the individual has little power or privacy. Many Chinese are deeply religious, despite China being officially an atheist country. Confucianism – with its emphasis on loyalty, respect, benevolence and righteousness – remains the principal foundation of Chinese values. The population is relatively highly educated and the divorce rate one of the lowest in the world. More…

Working with India
With more than one billion people, India is the world’s second most populous country and its largest democracy. India has become a world economic power, with growth over the past three years averaging 8%. Based on purchasing power parity, it is now the world’s fourth largest economy. The Indian Middle Class is currently over 300 million. Their increasing purchasing power and a shift to western style consumption patterns provides global companies with new market opportunities. More…

Working with UK

Since the global recession of 1990 – 1992, the UK has enjoyed continued growth and low inflation. Many overseas businesses make the UK their base in Europe, with 25% of inward investment in Europe and more than 40% from Japan, the USA and Asian countries. The UK has the least restricted business environment of all EU countries, and the least regulated marketplace and workforce. The United Kingdom earns its membership in the G8 by generating the fifth largest economy of the world. More…