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The main barrier to SMEs global regime is the lack of good management knowledge and capabilities in areas such as local government rules and laws (tariff and non-tariff barriers), local markets with local knowledge, business customs and regulations, and market positioning. In China, it is even more difficult for SMEs to enter because the market is driven by low-cost locals and large multinationals. It is huge, complicated, opaque, and super competitive. Olmos and Diez-Vial (2015) in their research confirms with Pauluzzo and Shen (2018) that new market entrants often face the liability of newness arising from poor experience and lack of history in the new business ecosystem. Also, there are additional costs arising from breaking into the local environment, from a cultural, political, and economic perspectives.