As China’s economy enters 2020, we take a look at the major challenges it must overcome to appease investors who still believe in the country’s growth story.
In his latest op-ed, Chris Devonshire-Ellis examines where opportunities lie for foreign investors looking at China’s trade corridors in 2020.
China has adjusted its import tariffs on 859 commodities to come into effect January 1, 2020. The tariffs will be lower than the most favored nation tariff rate.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis writes about prospects for a US-China bilateral investment treaty, and how such an investment protocol could address some of the grievances that ultimately triggered the ongoing trade war.
What are the major developments that gripped China in 2019 and how has the region’s business landscape changed for foreign investors?
We explain the US tariff exclusion process and key dates to avail exemption of US tariffs implemented during the US-China trade war.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis discusses what’s next after the US and China reached a Phase One trade truce.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis discusses the Phase One truce reached between Washington and Beijing ahead of the December 15 tariffs and what lessons investors might take away from the situation as it transpires.