Dezan Shira & Associates’ Chris Devonshire-Ellis discusses the major concerns affecting businesses invested in Asia today and how they can overcome some of the ongoing economic uncertainties.
We discuss implications and solutions as third-party HR agencies cannot file social insurance in Beijing for employees of non-Beijing resident companies.
New opportunities exist for Bangladeshi companies trading with China due to major tariff reductions implemented under the Preferential Tariff Program from July 1, 2020.
China is now allowing foreign nationals from 36 European countries to directly apply for new Chinese visas if they meet certain eligibility criteria.
Eligible enterprises engaged in four key technology industries – integrated circuits, AI, biomedicine, and civil aviation – will benefit from the reduced tax rate.
We discuss how China’s ‘new infrastructure plan’ will increase opportunities for foreign investors in the technology industry across the supply chain.
With the looming possibility of a US-China technology decoupling, China is improving its incentive schemes for its integrated circuit and software industries.
China’s restrictions on foreign investment will be relaxed in more sectors with the 2020 Encouraged Catalogue. A draft seeking public opinion is out now.