In this edition of China Briefing Magazine, we identify investment opportunities in key industries in China’s services sector after the COVID-19 outbreak.
The latest cuts include reductions and waivers to electricity fees, port costs, highway tolls, telecommunication rates, and oil liability insurance.
A WFOE company structure in China is subject to special attention during its closure procedure, involving more compliance steps than other business setups.
Foreign investors in China and Asia need to prepare for a three-year period before COVID-19 is brought under control.
Companies in China may end their operations for various reasons. Investors need to follow proper procedures or they will get blacklisted by authorities.
Shanghai FTZ is attracting greater offshore trade business through its preferential policies like tax breaks, financial services, and talent management.
China’s film industry will benefit from preferential tax policies, fee waivers, consumption vouchers, and special funds to tide over the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
China’s new travel restrictions include curbs on international travel, quarantine policies for travelers between provinces, and closing of public venues.