We ask if Brexit has indeed spurred Chinese investments into the UK as opposed to most forecasts.
China is liberalizing market access and has already reduced import tariffs.
Xi’s visit to France saw the two sides focus on growing their economic and business ties, despite differences emerging on the European front.
American manufacturers are not fleeing China. Some firms are downsizing or relocating to other parts of Asia, but for the most part, firms are still invested.
Shanghai is mainland China’s commercial capital and most populous city. In this article, we profile Shanghai’s economy, key industries, and guiding policies.
China seems determined to find and pursue its own reform path – just as it did in the past – irrespective of external pressures.
Australian businesses are increasingly tailoring their investment strategies to adapt to the Chinese market and successfully leveraging ‘Brand Australia’ among Chinese consumers.
Xiong’an New Area will be China’s 19th national-level new district and new economic zone. We discuss Beijing’s plans for the new city and its model of development.