We examine the scope of China’s Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law as political and economic tensions increase between Beijing and a number of foreign countries.
We look at how US, UK, and EU businesses can take advantage of their respective FTA and DTA arrangements to expand trade and business with RCEP nations.
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.
The EU is not a signatory to the RCEP agreement, but there are indirect ways in which EU businesses can access this market. We look at the possibilities.
Since the UK has free trade agreements with various member states of the RCEP, including Singapore and Vietnam, it could enjoy wider Asia market access.
This week we look at FDI into China, trade volumes within the Eurasian Economic Union, and Russia’s new export strengths in the services sector.
China’s carbon trading market, launched in Shanghai on July 16, 2021, will give companies financial incentives to reduce their emissions.
April-June 2021 saw an impressive array of investments into China, in a variety of different sectors, led by US, Asian, and European stakeholders.