Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Mild forms of kidnapping - Shaun Rein

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Shaun Rein explains, in the tracks of a recent kidnap case of an American business man by his disgruntled partners, that business in China is not so much different from the US. Although, the lack of a good-working legal systems sometimes makes business partners to turn to illegal tools. You should stay cool, he says:
I have been held a few times myself. It is fairly common and not considered kidnapping. People fight all the time. That is, they wave their arms and maybe do a little shoving to prove their seriousness. Then it peters out. It almost never really escalates.
In Forbes Shaun Rein explains how to avoid this kind of situation.

Shaun Rein is a speaker at the China Speakers Bureau. When you want to learn how avoid to be kidnapped while doing business in China? Let us know.

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