Select currency:
Cart empty

English blog of

International Contracts Blog

Manufacturing contracts in China

manufacturing-contracts-in-chinaManufacturing in China is a decision taken by thousands of companies in recent years. China has become the "factory of the world". Hundreds of thousands of foreign companies have decided to move production to China and hire local companies that manufacture all kinds of products, at competitive prices, which are then sold on world markets.

But when a foreign company hires a Chinese manufacturer must ensure that the products they produce will meet the agreed quality criteria. Here are five keys to minimizing risks in relationships with Chinese manufacturers.

In this article, we discuss contract terms which foreign companies should consider when manufacturing in China and must negotiate Manufacturing Contracts with Chinese suppliers. we highlight 10 several major clauses which should be included in a manufacturing contract in China:

Add a comment

Read more...

International Contracts Blog

Key Clauses in International Distribution Contracts

Clausulas-Clave-en-los-Contratos-de-Distribucion-InternacionalThe purpose of an international distribution contract is to establish one or more sales points within a geographical area in a foreign country from which goods and services can be offered to a specific clientele.

This type of contract enables suppliers -i.e. manufacturers of different products- to benefit from existing commercial facilities and to select their trading partners. This commercial contract model also has the advantage of enabling suppliers to impose sales methods and practices associated with their products or brands.

Add a comment

Read more...

International Contracts Blog

Arbitration Clause in International Contracts

international arbitrationYou might provide for arbitration as an alternative to litigation for resolving international contracts disputes. Arbitration is less formal procedurally than a court trial bus still allows Parties to present their claims before a neutral specialist or panel for an objective decision.

 

This remedy is increasing in popularity in commercial disputes, largely because it is less adversarial, less costly and faster than litigation. However, be certain that you seriously intend to settle disputes as you agreed under the contract.

 

An arbitratrion clause should specify:

Add a comment

Read more...

International Contracts Blog

10 Top Risks in International Business

10 TOP RISKS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSIn today’s business environment, conditions remain challenging for many, and risk retains its position high on every organization’s agenda. Businesses themselves are changing, which brings new risk horizons and, at the same time, they are grappling with the changes brought about by a post-downturn economy. The ability to anticipate threats, respond and continually adapt is as critical a part of the risk management process as it ever has been.

Add a comment

Read more...

International Contracts Blog

Mexico Doing Business Guide

guia-de-negocios-en-MexicoMexico is a country of huge potential that has demonstrated stable economic growth. It is a dynamic market that according to International Monetary Fund analysis will be the 9th. economy in 2020.

This guide from UK Trade & Investment advise companies about how to start doing business in Mexico.

Among others the guide treat the following topics:

Add a comment

Read more...

Warning
  • Info: COM_VIRTUEMART_ASSIGN_VM_TO_MENU