Commercial due diligence is important in any investment or business dealings around the world. In the Chinese or Asian markets, the goal of due diligence is to identify business risks concerning working with target organizations. This desk research service goes beyond data gathering, assessing various information sources and overlaying strong local understanding of the market to make sense of the information gathered to deliver clear actionable insights.
This service will help you assess information to better evaluate and minimize risks. Our work delivered to you contains:
● Finalisation of a research brief for one company or an individual
● Desk research of published open sources in English & Chinese
● Synthesis, analysis & report write-up
The fee does not include out of pocket expenses.
It is strongly recommended to combine desk research and interview-based due diligence for more comprehensive analysis.
This service can be carried out within territories of Greater China, east Asia, southeast Asia and south Asia.
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Getting full registration information of a Chinese company
Conducting an interview with a target organization, stakeholder or industrial expert
Identifying and assessing the feasibility of a specific market from published sources
Conducting research systematically in designated channels in China