China’s draft implementations regulations for the new Foreign Investment Law provide working guidelines ahead of its coming into effect in January 2020.
Despite the unprecedented gap between plenums, the Fourth Plenum produced little by way of economic reforms, settling instead for managing the status quo.
China’s corporate social credit system collects, aggregates, and analyzes data from businesses to create a score that determines rewards and punishments.
We provide a close reading of key clauses in China’s new law on foreign investment, which will come into effect January 1, 2020.
We contextualize the legislation, benefits, and concerns surrounding China’s new foreign investment law that comes into effect January 1, 2020.
Foreign-invested commercial enterprises or FICE allow companies based in China to directly access its consumer market, businesses, and public tenders.
Shanghai is the first regional jurisdiction to roll-out an implementation regulation for the national Foreign Investment Law.
China has updated the procedures regarding registration, record-filing, inspection, and test items of cosmetic products.