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.
China and Russia issued a joint statement on a plan to increase bilateral trade between the countries. This initiative, against the backdrop of China’s FTA with the EAEU, will create new opportunities for trade and investment in Eurasia.
The Yangtze River Delta region, centered around Shanghai, plays a significant role in China’s economy, and is poised to transform into a world-class city cluster. Here, we look at the prospects for regional integration of the Yangtze River Delta.
China will slash import tariffs on 1,449 categories of consumer goods. Here, we take a look at China’s latest round of tariff cuts.
Despite a tumultuous political environment, the China-Australia economic relationship has largely remained steady under the protection of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA). Here, we examine China-Australia trade and investment.
China signed up to the TIR Convention, which paves the way for investment opportunities in trucking logistics, maintenance, and facilities across Eurasia.