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Recommended Travel Guides for China

Updated: October 14, 2013

Top-20 Doing Business Guides /* (Click to buy at

Mike Saxon: An American's Guide to Doing Business in China. 2006 (Adams Media Corporation)

Industry expert's guide to negotiating contracts, understanding culture, marketing products.

Roberta Stathis: America's Financial Apocalypse: How to Profit from the Next Great Depression. 2006 (AVA Publishing)

Explains how China has taken advantage of America's trading policies, contributing to US financial bankruptcy.

Wei Wang: The China Executive: Marrying Western and Chinese Strengths to Generate Profitability from Your Investment in China. 2006 (2W Publishing Ltd)

Thrashes many fashionable myths about doing business with China. Recommended for college grads and MBAs.

China Knowledge Press: Doing Business in Shanghai. 2005 (China Knowledge Press)

Contact directory, government bodies.

Vijay Mahajan / Kamini Banga: The 86 Percent Solution: How to Succeed in the Biggest Market Opportunity of the 21st Century. 2005 (Wharton School Publishing)

Powerful solutions for unlocking the world's largest market.

James McGregor: One Billion Customers. 2005 (Free Press)

Probably the best book on doing business in China.

Martin Sorrell: Billions. Selling to the New Chinese Consumer. 2005 (Palgrave Macmillan)

George T. Haley / Usha C.V. Haley / Chin Tiong Tan: The Chinese Tao of Business: The Logic of Successful Business Strategy. 2004 (John Wiley)

Rick Yan / Kenneth Lieberthal: Harvard Business Review on Doing Business in China. 2004

Birgit Zinzius: Doing Business in the New China: A Handbook and Guide. 2004 (Praeger Publishers)

Despite its incredibly boring cover this book has invaluable advice for those who seriously want to do business in China.

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