TITLE

ISSUES RELATING TO ACCOUNTING PRACTICES IN CHINA: IMPLICATIONS TO INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURS

AUTHOR(S)
Chamblin, Richard; Munoz, J. Mark; Hinkamper, Roy J.
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
USASBE Conference Proceedings;2008, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Paper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
As a result of heightened trade interest due to globalization, international entrepreneurs are actively exploring business opportunities in foreign locations such as China. Despite continuing advances, a common challenge faced by entrepreneurs is that financial systems and accounting standards are often different across borders. This article explores key accounting issues confronting entrepreneurs as they do business in China. In addition, strategies for success are offered.
ACCESSION #
31131573

 

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