The Chinese government plans to transform the country into 19 city clusters. If these plans are realized, it will lead to a lot of potential opportunities in China’s next phase of urban development.
The Sino-African relationship continues to grow and diversify as China reinforces its role as one of Africa’s closest economic and diplomatic allies, leading to more opportunities for Chinese and African businesses.
China Railway Express has launched a freight express train from Shijiazhuang to Moscow as part of Belt and Road Initiative and the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Coordinated Development Programme.
China Briefing conducted an analysis to identify China’s fastest growing cities. In this article, we examine the business environment and latest developments in the top five fastest growing cities in China.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will soon wrap a five-country trip to UAE and Africa, ahead of the annual BRICS summit in South Africa.
US businesses operating in China remain optimistic about their growth prospects despite the ongoing trade war between the two countries, according to a new report from the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.
China has adopted conventional tariff rates on a range of imported goods originating from India, South Korea, Bangladesh, Laos, and Sri Lanka.
Dongguan, a manufacturing hub in South China’s Guangdong province, recently announced new incentives to encourage companies to set up headquarters in the city.