China’s middle class is already 400 million strong, and is still growing rapidly. Here, we answer five common questions about China’s middle class.
Domestic consumption is a priority for China. The government has introduced a new policy to boost consumer spending in emerging sectors.
The US-China trade war is forcing companies to consider shifting their supply chain activities out of China.
China’s new draft Foreign Investment Law aims to further open up its markets and address complaints that have been prevalent among foreign investors.
Many China-based businesses are considering moving some of their operations to other Asian countries in 2019. Here, Chris Devonshire-Ellis explains their options.
China announced tariff and export duty cuts for businesses in 2019. This is the third round of cuts announced in 2018; importers and exporters should review the 1,098 affected products.
The liberalization of banking legislation in China will provide Russian banks with an opportunity to receive full licensing for China operations, according to Russia’s Trade Representative to China.
Made in China 2025 aimed to engineer the country’s shift from being a low-end manufacturer to a high-end producer of goods.