Hina International helps clients to set up European distribution networks in a strategic and cost-effective manner.
For the business community, sustainability is more than mere window-dressing. By adopting sustainable practices, companies can gain competitive edge, increase their market share, and boost shareholder value.
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Lithuania presents a number of opportunities for businesses considering exporting abroad. Promising sectors include information technology (particularly financial services and computer software development), client support centers, and renewable energy (including solar panel production). Other potential sectors include transportation and logistics (focused on Lithuania’s ideal geography to become a regional hub serving the 500 million strong markets of Scandinavia, European Union, and the former CIS countries to the east) and bio-plastics production.
Poland has emerged as an important and dynamic market since the country began its transition to democracy and a market-driven economy in 1989. With 38 million people, Poland is the largest market among the former Eastern bloc countries of Central Europe and shares borders with both “new” EU and “old” EU-15 countries. Poland became a member of the European Union (EU) in 2004.
Poland’s adoption of EU legislation has led to wide-ranging reforms in economic regulation and reduced government intervention in the private sector. Reforms in areas such as financial markets, company and competition law, accounting, and intellectual property rights have improved the environment for private business and boosted economic growth. Poland is now the sixth-largest economy in the EU.
Czech Republic is a member country of the EU. As the country continues to ramp up its infrastructure in anticipation of joining the Euro Common Currency around 2012, high returns on all prudent investments are eagerly expected.
And the best news of all is that the prices of choice properties, business, consumables and labor in the Czech Republic are still only a fraction (about 20% on the average) of what they cost in nearby western countries like Austria and Germany
If all that was not enough, the Czech Republic also features high standards of living, an educated populace, a vibrant economy, a stunning natural countryside and ofcourse, and one of Europe’s most beautiful capital cities, Prague
Romania is a market with excellent potential, a strategic location, and an increasingly solid business climate. A marketplace of 21 million, 37 million acres of arable land, breathtaking landscapes, an expanding economy, a well-educated workforce with more than 50,000 specialists in information technology, access to the Black Sea and Asia.
Biotechnology, manufacturing, electronic components, cable operation, consumer products, telecommunications and film production. Exports in Romania are growing as well, fueled by Romania’s economic expansion and new reductions in trade barriers.
Europe is a market of over 500 million consumers across 28 countries. In fact, in 2013 U.S. companies exported more than 730 million USD worth of goods each day to the EU, more than to emerging markets of Brazil, India and China combined.
The United States and the European Union make up half of the world’s economic output and nearly one trillion dollars in global goods and services trade. Europe offers U.S. businesses of all sizes unparalleled opportunities, both as an export market and a base from which to expand sales to the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Now is the time to export to Europe!