g the feasibility

of further expanding their businesses

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ve China-Af▓rica relations. SACE Foundation has been conducting surveys on Chinese companies operating in Sou▓th Africa. It has also been working with local SMEs that want to sell to Chinese companies operating▓ in the country..Lu says Chinese companies particularly need legal, tax, human resources, mark▓eting, communications and public relations services from local organisations tha

▓t have a better understanding of regulations and cultural issues.▓ “Lately Chinese companies in South Africa are lookin

g to become more ▓market oriented – they are no longer just looking at government deals. They are tweaking their products to be relevant to local demands and they care what the market thinks. One just need

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s to look at Chinese ph▓one makers Meizu, Hisense, Oppo, Tecno and Huawei, which are doing lo▓cal marketing. They work with local service providers and hire local st▓a

ff. It is a truly promising trend. Previously one would see Chinese companies import pro

ducts that don’t bear a brand, and they didn’t care about ha

ving high brand ▓value. But today they understand that here is a sound middle class and a young consumer group that will pay for brand value. So these companies are now sourcing services from local providers in marketing, b

Category: he country and ▓hav e said that they will pay a close atte
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randing and communications, for instance,&r▓dquo; Lu adds. According to him, the foundation has received several enq▓uiries from South African companies who

want to pitch and sell to Chinese companies.There are also more South African-owned trading companie▓s importing goods from China –

from electronics to home furnishing materials etc. The biggest challenges for African enterprises doing business with China, particularly those engaged in import and export, include financial

constraints, langu▓age barriers and lack of trust. “Local businesses that import goods from China struggle with these things. Chinese companies usually say, ‘put all the money upfront and I will send your goods afterwards’. And if they are buying from you they will demand you ship th▓e goods first and when it arrives at a Chinese port t

Category: ntion to how it de velops.While in the US, ▓before the b

ast decade. Althou

gh China’s▓ economy is not

hen they will pay you. They are worried about fraud,” states Lu. &ld▓quo;What many local

growing as fast as it did in recent year

enterprises are not aware of is that in South Africa, for instance, ▓there are at least 500 Chinese trading companies that sell a v

s, the Asian superpower remains quite vi

ariet▓y of goods from ceramics to household goods to CCTV cameras to electronics. If a local company does

sible in many parts of the contine

n’t have the capacity to source directly from China, they could actually work with a Chinese trader comp

nt and ev▓en more

so in South Afric

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