Serbia signed a Free Trade Agreement with China, making it the first of its kind between China and a nation from Central and Eastern Europe. We look at recent data on bilateral trade and investment between the two countries, highlighting the possible broader impact of the agreement.
US FDI may be declining, but Beijing has replacements from the Middle East By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Foreign investment into China has declined significantly since May this year, with four consecutive months all showing double-digit falls. September’s FDI fell by 34 percent compared to the same month last year, with the falling numbers indicating the biggest […]
We profile the reasons why foreign companies should consider investing in Hangzhou, a leading IT and technology hub in China’s Yangtze River Delta area.
Unveiling Business Synergies: Exploring the Complementary Relationship Between the Greater Bay Area and Vietnam
Pritesh Samuel, Head of Business Intelligence at Dezan Shira & Associates, discusses how China’s Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) and Vietnam complement each other in foreign investors’ China+1 strategy.
In this edition of China Briefing Magazine, we introduce common scenarios where disputes may arise, challenges faced by foreign investors, as well as practical tips for optimal resolution within the Chinese context.
We profile the city of Ningbo and opportunities for businesses investing in China based on the region’s industrial development and market opening plans.
We provide the 2024 public holiday schedule in this article, state the compensatory working days, and explain the difference in overtime payment for public holidays and the adjusted rest days.
Changing registered capital in China is a complex procedure, but may be necessary in certain situations. We provide a step-by-step guide to handling the procedures.