This op/ed by Alberto Vettoretti and Chris Devonshire-Ellis explores the business environment in Hong Kong and some of the drivers behind recent discontent.
Setting up a joint venture in China can allow foreign businesses to invest in restricted industries and take advantage of local know-how.
Businesses in China should note the laws and regulations coming into effect July 1, impacting administrative fees, IP registration, and taxes, among others.
The United States and China agreed to a tentative trade truce ahead of the G20 summit in Japan.
In this week’s China Outbound, we look at India’s R&D sector, Vietnam’s Quang Ninh as a China+1 location, and why Singapore is favored by Russian business.
Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis China’s Best Business Blogs and Websites – Identified by Their Alexa Rankings and Keywords The number of China-focused, English language business blogs and websites has fallen off considerably over the past few years, mainly because not many had much staying power, let alone the time and financial investment required to maintain them[…..]
Chinese tariffs on US products do not match the US tariffs on Chinese exports. We examine what goods might stay untariffed by China as the trade war escalates.
Shanghai is making garbage sorting mandatory and will restrict the use of disposable items in the hospitality and e-commerce industries.