In this week’s China Regulatory Brief, we discuss the coming implementation of an NOC annual reporting system, a swath of commercial deals signed last week between China and Spain, and liberalization of the domestic delivery industry in China.
In this article, we take a look at how Wuxi is transforming itself from a textile manufacturing center into one of China’s high-tech industrial hubs.
It was confirmed this week that the New Development Bank, to be jointly funded by BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), will be headquartered in Shanghai and its initial presidency held by an Indian national.
China’s State Council recently approved the establishment of the Qingdao West Coast New Area in eastern Shandong Province, ushering in a “bluer” economy for the city of Qingdao.
On June 3, the Pingtan Comprehensive Pilot Zone released the Catalog of Simplified Approval for Foreign Investment, which outlines the restricted industries for foreign investors operating in the zone, as well as issued interim measures for the establishment of foreign-invested enterprises in the region.
On September 26, 2013, China’s State AIC removed certain restrictions regarding the establishment of foreign-invested advertising enterprises in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone. In this article, we review these changes and outline the revised guidelines for advertising agencies operating in the zone.
Located midway along the coastal line of the Chinese mainland, Ningbo serves as the economic center for the southern Yangtze River Delta. With unique policies and effective services provided by the provincial government, Ningbo is becoming very attractive to investors, both domestic and international alike.
Considered one of the richest major cities in China, Suzhou is known as the “Venice of the East.” In this article, we take a look at this picturesque city filled with opportunities for foreign investment.