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China Trade Operations: Trends and Advancements

While over 77% of companies are currently operating in China, the majority are unable to address the dynamic and complex trade environment - this Aberdeen Group report provides in-depth insights into the complexities of China trade operations. By Aberdeen Group

December 20, 2016

A Managing Director at a well-recognized GTM solutions provider with a deep background in China Global Trade Operations, KP (Moniker used throughout to provide anonymity) has resided in Shanghai for over 8 years. 

Coming into the GTM field as an IT and supply chain senior executive of a few public and start-up companies, KP has been involved in a wide variety of strategic projects.

As an authority in China Operations, he helps clients, largely multi-nationals, design, develop and implement cloud based GTM solutions and streamline global supply chains. 

A longstanding advocate for the growth and advancement of global trade/logistics in China, KP is a well-recognized expert for companies trying to navigate the geopolitical and regulatory landscape in China and South East Asia.

He serves on the Trade Facilitation Task Force of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai and has been consulted by the Chinese local/national governments to give advisory opinions on policies and economic development opportunities, including enforcement reform, cross-border e-Commerce, and Pilot Free Trade Zones.


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