China’s stimulus measures to jolt its economy into recovery after COVID-19 will be very different from what we saw after the 2008 global financial crisis.
Our daily updates on the latest events as they occur, together with ongoing advisory on how best to manage your China business exposure to the uncertainties associated with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Forecast by the Asian Development Bank is more optimistic about an immediate post-COVID-19 China recovery than in the US, EU economies.
The Shanghai London Stock Connect on the London Stock Exchange is a part of China’s financial opening, and will increase bilateral capital cooperation.
Taxpayers in China must complete their annual final settlement on consolidated income for the 2019 tax assessment year between March 1 to June 30, 2020.
Riccardo Benussi discusses how businesses can adapt to the new economic realities under COVID-19 by using the crisis as propeller for growth and investing in new areas, flexible production, collaboration, and being prepared for future worst-case scenarios.
A consolidated list of China’s supporting policies for businesses under the COVID-19 outbreak that offer critical tax, legal, and financial incentives.
In the latest article from our ‘China plus one series’, we discuss why Cambodia appeals to China-based foreign investors in the garment industry.