We examine the scope of China’s Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law as political and economic tensions increase between Beijing and a number of foreign countries.
Shenzhen’s data regulations come on the heels of the national Data Security Law and the second revision of the draft Personal Information Protection Law. They cover the collection, storage, and transfer of personal data as well as tackle the under-regulated data trading market.
China has banned for-profit private tutoring firms in core education. FIEs in this sector have to stop engaging in such activities and change their business scope accordingly.
As a frontier city in the technology industry, Shenzhen’s regulations may be influential in setting national standards for artificial intelligence in China.
Overseas service providers looking at Hainan should note how the negative list for cross-border trade in services will impact market access in 11 sectors.
The list was released on July 26, and will be implemented from August 26, 2021.
As Pudong faces economic slowdowns and technological bottlenecks, new guidelines propose industry reforms, tax breaks, and market openings.
China issued a guideline to instruct employers and employees in concluding electronic labor contracts. The guideline added more obligations to employers in the process of signing an e-labor contract with their employees.