Removing the US-Hong Kong Special Policy will only boost Shanghai and reduce US-China trade influence.
We briefly track how China’s increased application of 5G amid the coronavirus outbreak has impacted its leading and new frontier industries.
Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis China is in the process of introducing an internationally controversial Security Law for its’ Hong Kong SAR, resulting in widespread commentary in the global media. Much of it has been highly negative and condemning of Beijing, and in particular the “One Country, Two Systems” principle that Beijing signed up to at[…..]
No GDP growth target set for 2020 to avoid inefficient short-term spending, investor-friendly policies will be continued, employment growth emphasized.
Chinese authorities have released guidelines to support the financial opening-up of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
Shanghai wants to stimulate the city’s economic rebound after COVID-19 by expanding its financial center, FTZ reforms, and investing in new infrastructure.
The suspension of international travel brings changes to the residence days for the tax year 2020 for many expats in China.
China’s push for the fast track development of its cross-border e-commerce (CBEC) industry is meant to stabilize foreign trade and investment after COVID-19.