Doing business in China has become easier over the years, thanks to improving regulatory reforms. The country retained the number two spot out of 183 economies in a World Bank report on the "Ease of Doing Business".
But for those new to wheeling and dealing in the country, we've asked five market commentators to name their favorite books on doing business in China and the reasons behind their choices.
These books are meant for the intrepid entrepreneur, the new investor and the all-round explorer. If that is you, then try to get hold of at least one of them.
1. A Year Without "Made in China": One Family's True Life Adventure in the Global Economy - by Sara Bongiorni
"Sara Bongiorni, the author, is a journalist who decides to abstain from buying any products "made in China" for one whole year.