Doing Business in China 2021 is designed to comprehensively guide new and established investors in China.
Our daily updates on the latest events as they occur, together with ongoing advisory on how best to manage your China business exposure during COVID-19.
We discuss expanding business opportunities for German companies in China after new policies promote key industrial incentives and market openings.
We discuss how to avoid potential risks and disputes when signing a lease agreement in China and summarize key points companies should pay attention to.
We reflect on China’s policy priorities in 2021, based on its economic recovery after the initial outbreak last year and push towards market opening and reforms.
This week, we look at China’s Foreign Ministerial tour in ASEAN, centering the BRI in China’s foreign aid policy, and the EU-China investment agreement.
China is the only major economy to expand in 2020 based on latest GDP data, and its shift towards consumption-led growth is good news for global trade.
Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis China’s Foreign Minister Visits Myanmar, Indonesia, Brunei & Philippines Covid Vaccines To Pre-Empt Economic Recovery Numerous bilateral and Belt & Road projects instigated Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi has just wrapped up a four-nation mission to Myanmar, Indonesia, Brunei, and the Philippines, visiting all these ASEAN members last week, and coming[…..]