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If you saw a list of company names in Chinese it would usually be safe to assume that they are companies from Mainland China, Hong Kong or Taiwan.
But did you know there are some other countries where it is possible to register company names in Chinese?
In recent years some countries have found a new stream of clients from China, a process which they help facilitate by allowing companies to be established with an official Chinese name.
Read how business travelers are saving time by using Asia business airports to get them closer to downtown.
New airports are usually far from downtown making them difficult to reach during rush hour.
Happily, the rise of Asia business airports is offering new alternatives.
China Abnormal Business Operations is a status given to Chinese companies by the Administration of Industry and Commerce.
As the name indicates it is issued when the company's operations are irregular and they are not meeting their reporting duties.
The presence of abnormal business operations status may indicate that a Chinese company is experiencing financial difficulties or is poorly managed.
Usually when you receive a Chinese bill of lading it will look pretty familiar, it is prepared in English and you will likely be familiar with the name of the carrier.
If you don't recognize the carrier's name you need to understand if the document is a "Master" or a "House" bill of lading.
This article explains the circumstances in which the Chinese bill of lading you receive might be a "House" bill of lading, and what precautions you should take.