A Chinese proverb goes something like this: “To guess is cheap, to guess wrong is expensive.” It seems appropriate to begin this text with a discussion of the potential benefits of establishing manufacturing operations in China along with the associated risks. It has been written to assist companies in their decision-making process and is based on the facts, thereby eliminating the need to guess and avoiding the high costs of incorrect guesses.
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