With cross border e-Commerce (CBEC) taking an increasing bigger share of the total import and export market, it is of no surprise that the government has taken CBEC regulations more seriously.
China recently released a series of measures to ease foreign investment restrictions in the securities, fund management, insurance, and banking industries.
China has announced that it will eliminate ownership limits on automotive enterprises by 2023, allowing foreign investors to establish wholly foreign-owned enterprises (WFOEs) in the industry.
The latest issue of China Briefing Magazine, Cross Border e-Commerce in China, is out now and available for download from the Asia Briefing Publication Store.
Despite high market demand, China’s education industry remains a sensitive area for foreign investment. In this article, we look at opportunities within China’s education industry, and different investment structures to consider.
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