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EU-China Relations After the 2024 European Elections: A Timeline


Timeline tracking key developments affecting EU-China relations, including trade and business engagement, under the new European Parliament.

China Releases ESG Reporting Standards for Businesses


China has released new ESG Reporting Standards, aiming for a mandatory, ISSB-aligned system by 2030, with key standards introduced by 2027.

Guide to HR Compliance and Best Practices in China


In our publication, “Guide to HR Compliance and Best Practices in China”, we discuss key considerations from hiring to staff management and compliance with legislative updates and data security laws.

China May 2024 Economic Roundup: Consumption and Trade Rebound Amid Slowing Industrial Output


China experienced an uptick in consumption and trade in May, driven by rising domestic demand, while industrial output slowed.

China’s 2024-25 Energy Conservation and CO2 Reduction Plan – Compliance Considerations for Businesses


Companies in heavily polluting industries may come under increased pressure to help meet China’s emissions reduction targets for 2024 and 2025.

China’s Visa-Free Policies: Latest Updates


With borders open again, we look at all of the China visa-free policies that are currently in place and clarify who is eligible to benefit from them.

China-Australia Relations: Opportunities, Challenges, and Latest Updates


We discuss the China-Australia bilateral relationship and future possibilities and challenges facing trade and investments between the two markets.

China’s Wine Market Outlook: Trends and Opportunities


China’s wine market, with new trends and shifting consumption patterns, present opportunities for foreign wine producers and exporters.

New Data Security Risk Assessment Rules for Industry and Information Technology Sectors


New trial rules clarify data security risk assessments requirements for companies processing core and important data in the industrial and IT fields.

China’s National Financing Credit Service Platform: Insights and Impact


China has actively developed a National Financing Credit Service Platform to bolster the private sector by enhancing financial support. The credit enhancement services and risk-sharing capital pools can help foreign businesses enhance their operations and financial strategies.

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