The US-China trade dispute could erupt into a full-blown trade war. Here, we look at the major events of the US-China trade war and what led up to it.
Many China-based businesses are considering moving some of their operations to other Asian countries in 2019. Here, Chris Devonshire-Ellis explains their options.
China announced tariff and export duty cuts for businesses in 2019. This is the third round of cuts announced in 2018; importers and exporters should review the 1,098 affected products.
The liberalization of banking legislation in China will provide Russian banks with an opportunity to receive full licensing for China operations, according to Russia’s Trade Representative to China.
Made in China 2025 aimed to engineer the country’s shift from being a low-end manufacturer to a high-end producer of goods.
The US and China have been locked in a trade battle since July, and the impacts are beginning to be felt. In this article, we look at how China is responding to the trade war.
Norway has opened the longest suspension bridge above the Arctic Circle, built in cooperation with China’s Sichuan Road and Bridge Group (SRBG).
We discuss the twofold impact of the CPTPP and RCEP on free trade in the Asia-Pacific as well as China’s reluctance towards joining the CPTPP.