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.
China has announced new free trade zones across six provinces as part of its ongoing effort to attract greater foreign investment and improve the ease of doing business in the country.
Beijing’s Three-Year Action Plan will create wider opportunities for foreign investment in eight service subsectors. We highlight key beneficiaries.
An explainer on operating a foreign NGO in China and key compliances required under the Overseas NGO Law, which came in force January 2017.
The development of a new area of the Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone – the Lingang New Area – will allow more businesses to benefit from tax cuts, duty exemptions, and other beneficial policies.