New laws, regulatory changes, and tariff revisions affecting business and trade in China will come into effect on January 1, 2019.
In our final and third article in this series, we dig deeper on the most effective due diligence strategies to protect your China business from fraud and other risks.
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We discuss five key strategies that foreign businesses should implement to limit their exposure to fraud in China.
Dongguan, an industrial hub in the province of Guangdong, recently introduced a series of new measures aimed to stimulate the private economy.
China’s soil pollution law escalates its fight against pollution and introduces stringent compliances for businesses, especially in heavy polluting sectors.
Firms face mounting pressure to meet environmental compliance in China as the state doubles down on its war on pollution.
Ease of doing business in China received some validation as the World Bank’s newly released rankings showed the country rise by 32 spots.