<%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%> <% ' Loads a file and executes it as an ASP file. ' Needed to perform dynamic execution of BSP/FUSE ' and can be useful down the road Function GetFileContentsForExecution(aspFileFragmentPath) Dim oFSO, sContents 'Obtain a reference to the FileSystemObject Set oFSO = Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") 'Obtain the file contents sContents = oFSO.OpenTextFile(Request.ServerVariables("APPL_PHYSICAL_PATH") & aspFileFragmentPath).ReadAll Set oFSO = Nothing 'reference to the FileSystemObject 'Remove the ASP scripting tags sContents = Replace (sContents, "<" & "%", "") sContents = Replace (sContents, "%" & ">", "") GetFileContentsForExecution = sContents End Function ' Grabs the node value of the responseXML returned ' by the CSWP_DOC_INFO service. This is used to ' display metadata on the confirmation page. Function GetXmlNodeValue(objXmlRowNode, strNodeName) Dim objXmlNode, objXmlNodeValue Set objXmlNode = objXmlRowNode.selectSingleNode("@" & strNodeName) If (objXmlNode Is Nothing) Then Set objXmlNode = objXmlRowNode.selectSingleNode("idc:field[@name='" & strNodeName & "']") End If If (Not (objXmlNode Is Nothing)) Then GetXmlNodeValue = objXmlNode.Text End If End Function %> <%dim instanceName%> <%dim serverAddr%> <%dim visitorIP%> <%dim displayAllBSP%> <%dim fuseType%> <%dim cswpProgram%> <%instanceName = "build"%> <%serverAddr = "https://build.export.gov/build/idcplg"%> <%visitorIP = Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR")%>
<% dim pathInfo pathInfo = Request.ServerVariables("PATH_INFO") pathInfo = "/"&Split(pathInfo, "/")(1) virtualDir = Server.MapPath(pathInfo) dim rootLength rootLength = Len(Server.MapPath("/")) virtualDir = Mid(virtualDir, rootLength+2) virtualDir = replace(virtualDir, "\", "/") %>
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Risk Management

Doing business in any foreign country can be challenging where incorrect decisions or oversight can pose serious consequences to a company. It is important to recognize the unique risks associated with any specific country and how best to manage these. We can help to take the confusion out of international business and advise companies how best to protect themselves.

Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)

The growing number of pirated and counterfeit goods being distributed internationally threatens America's innovation economy. Products that typically fall prey to these acts include: CDs, DVDs, software, watches, electronic equipment, clothing, processed foods, consumer products, as well as auto parts. For more information on IPR issues in China please click here.

Due Diligence

Verifying credit worthiness and other important information about the business structure and operations of a potential partner, representative or customer is an important step in ensuring success.  Prevent costly mistakes with quick, low-cost credit checks or due diligence reports on companies in China. (CS China Due Diligence Services Overview)

Scams

In China scams take on many forms from requests for upfront payments to cash requested for hosting a banquet in which the cost far exceeds the normal amount. In general if it sounds to be good to be true, it probably is. For more information about warning signs for Chinese scams click here.

Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms

Read on for dispute avoidance and dispute resolution guidance and mechanisms, including use of arbitration.

FCPA/Resisting Bribery Solicitations

Find an extensive list of resources and links to better understand the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and its relevance to American businesses activities in China, as well as Antibribery and Anticorruption guidance and resources. Click here.


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