As a frontier city in the technology industry, Shenzhen’s regulations may be influential in setting national standards for artificial intelligence in China.
As Pudong faces economic slowdowns and technological bottlenecks, new guidelines propose industry reforms, tax breaks, and market openings.
China’s carbon trading market, launched in Shanghai on July 16, 2021, will give companies financial incentives to reduce their emissions.
Foreign investors can now establish entertainment venues in China without special ownership restrictions.
New regulations for China’s private education industry clarify the levels of access available to foreign players.
The three municipalities and Hainan province can proceed with 203 comprehensive opening-up trials in the services sectors in the next three years.
China’s carbon neutrality pledge is creating new opportunities for foreign investors due to investment liberalization in the energy sector and industrial policy shifts.
‘Beijing E-Town’ recently rolled out a package of preferential policies to boost the high-end industries in its pilot free trade zone.