China’s push for the fast track development of its cross-border e-commerce (CBEC) industry is meant to stabilize foreign trade and investment after COVID-19.
China has issued seven exclusion lists (in five batches) for US goods subject to China’s retaliatory tariffs.
A list of 79 US product imports will be eligible to be excluded from China’s retaliatory tariffs from May 19, 2020 through to May 18, 2021.
Here, we look at the major events of the US-China trade war and what led up to it.
COVID-19 media is demanding a bad guy, and punishment to be extracted, and it’s not entirely unreasonable for Beijing to resist that.
With the global economy in turmoil due to the coronavirus pandemic, China is in a unique position to lead the subsequent recovery.
Shanghai recently launched a new comprehensive bonded zone – the Jinqiao CBZ in Pudong New Area – as China actively seeks to stabilize foreign investments.
China is encouraging its consumers to spend more as its retail sector performance lags due to COVID-19.