International Trade and Business Internship in China
China Internship Placements arrange International Trade Internships in China for participants looking to understand how trade is carried out between Chinese companies and their counterparts abroad. Our marketing International trade Internship program in China is available in port cities like Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Beijing. These cities have a properly developed infrastructure around to illicit quicker trade. Our China Internship programs are located in these cities.
After China’s ascension into the World Trade Organization in 2001 the figures indicate constant growth in GDP. Haven produced the highest quantity of the world’s manufactures goods, organizations in China look to international shores for market penetration strategies which are relevant to increasing their revenues. China’s trade figures stood at $3.82 trillion in 2013 surpassing the US as the number one trading economy.This is reflected in the busy nature of Chinese ports and harbors. Shanghai is the world’s busiest port city in the world since 2000. Shenzhen follows Shanghai in that regard followed by Guangzhou.
Due to this, several organizations have evolved acting as agencies in assisting trade. Many of these companies could act as trade representatives of distribution outlets outside china.
- To promote, among participating students, a better understanding of trade-promotion issues at the international level.
- To offer interns an opportunity to develop their personal competencies working in an international environment.
- To provide Our Host Company Team with the assistance and enthusiasm of outstanding young students studying in a relevant technical field (for example economics, trade promotion, and development, project management, law, human resources).
The International Trade intern should expect a fast-paced, dynamic and challenging work experience by learning first-hand the involvement of a Chinese trade association or organization in the public policymaking process. The international trade intern’s main responsibility is to assist in technical efforts to expand and maintain exports by completing research on domestic and international policies and regulations related to trade. The intern will be exposed to the development and execution of trade policies. The intern’s responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: researching pork export/import data; attending Congressional hearings and events to learn about international trade opportunities; and keeping up-to-date on international trade and agricultural topics by sending daily news clips.
- Conducting market research for clients
- Coordinating trade events
- Generating written reports and email materials
- Observing client counseling sessions
- Light clerical and administrative support duties
- High profile events such as Governor international trade missions
- Work on Export Initiative programs
- Collaboration with trade development partners
- Export documentation
- Marketing communications, including editing, writing, web content development
- Company research & trade statistics
- Client projects
- Quality control