China still considers itself a low-end manufacturing hub and aims to change this through targeted investments and market opening, indicated by Made in China 2025.
Any opportunity for international travel will continue to be impacted until different nations can agree on approvals for Covid vaccines.
Foreign companies reported higher ROI in their China operations in 2020, which is why many are committed to long-term presence or expansion in the country.
To attract high-quality enterprises and talents, Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP) has introduced a slew of unique incentives and favorable polices.
This week, we look at a newly proposed Trans-Polar Route as part of the BRI maritime route to Europe and China’s decision to pull out of polluting projects.
In his latest op-ed, Chris Devonshire-Ellis makes the case for a UK reset in its engagement with China to stay globally relevant and benefit through trade access.
China is starting to relax international travel restrictions, and has updated its guidelines and restrictions in order to effectively contain the virus spread after economic reopening.
Norway and China held FTA talks over video conference on March 11, discussing scope for greater market access and removing impediments to cross-border FDI.