Dezan Shira & Associates’ Chris Devonshire-Ellis discusses the major concerns affecting businesses invested in Asia today and how they can overcome some of the ongoing economic uncertainties.
New opportunities exist for Bangladeshi companies trading with China due to major tariff reductions implemented under the Preferential Tariff Program from July 1, 2020.
We take a look at the World Bank’s report on the ease of doing business in China, the country’s reforms track record, and what investors should expect.
We update the status of the US tariff exclusion process on additional tariffs implemented on Chinese imports during the US-China trade war.
China’s Greater Bay Area will be able to provide better cross-border financial services through the launch of Wealth Management Connect and two new exchanges.
On July 14, the US announced it was revoking Hong Kong’s special trading status. We discuss how this could impact trade and business in the region.
A larger trading problem could arise in 2021. We advise the adaptive steps to take.
China wants to set emerging industry standards, which aligns with the ‘Made in China 2025’ goals of elevating the country’s high tech innovation economy.