China has historically cut itself off from interaction with the global business community for all but the last thirty-eight years. During this isolation, Chinese society and businesses developed their own morality, ethics, cultural leanings, and business practices.
Philosophically, culturally, and business-wise Chinese companies operate on a different plane than businesses in other areas of the world. As a result, the methodology of performing forensic due diligence in China can vary widely from that performed in other countries.
Forensic due diligence in China is challenging and requires a comprehensive knowledge of the countrys complex accounting, legal, and business issues. Alan Refkin and David Dodge will provide you with the tools necessary to delve deep into the business and financial fabric of corporate China, allowing readers to pierce the wall of secrecy surrounding Chinese businesses.