In the short span of the 21st century, the world’s two superpowers, the United States and China, have inexplicably moved into a showdown. This turned from a commercial competition into a constant kinetic battle of the same kind. What does this mean for doing business in and in China? In this exclusive 5-part series, Brandon Daniels, CEO of Exiger, a leading global third-party and supply chain management software company, discusses topics such as real risk, supply chain, exports, cyber attacks and IP. See more +
After Brandon Daniels identified a series of interconnected “unrelated issues,” regulation, funding and evangelism must prevent conflict with China to bolster public markets, combat cyber threats and protect national security. We discuss the importance of good compliance for good business, explore the role of government in regulating cyber security, funding infrastructure improvements and encouraging public markets, as well as the role of entrepreneurs and thought leaders. Conflicts with China could put companies out of business, and he pointed to an important role in weathering the storm. His final conclusion was that “good compliance is good business”.
1. How has the role of government changed in relation to interrelated business and legal issues?
2. What role do public markets play in encouraging investments in new technology and alternative energy?
3. How can a company ensure good compliance to ensure good business? See less –