by Chua Siew Joo SHANGHAI, Aug. 11 – It seems the news of Lenovo Group’s impressive profits arrived at an opportune moment, coinciding with the start of the Beijing Olympic Games 2008. With its current focus on direct retail sales and emerging markets, Lenovo group is not affected by the slowdown in the United States. […]
China and Australia have reached a consensus over tariffs imposed on Australian wine, fostering an optimistic outlook for their trade relationship. The timely announcement aligns with Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s upcoming visit to China and has already begun to positively impact the Australian wine industry.
In this China Monthly Tax Brief, we discuss the roll-out or extension of 16 tax policies announced in September and support measures for FIE enterprises liberalizing cross-border capital flows and optimizing the foreign investment environment.
The GBA’s IIT subsidy for overseas talent has officially been reinstated in 2023. We review the latest eligibility requirements for individuals to enjoy the policy.
Beijing and Shanghai are set to liberalize the inflow and outflow of foreign capital for foreign companies and employees.
China’s FTZ Opening-Up Measures will further liberalize the business environment in six pilot regions to promote international trade and investment.
We look at how the economy, government policy, and international diplomacy has developed since China lifted COVID-19 restrictions at the end of 2022.
China EV subsidies could be extended if the government considers it necessary to stimulate the market, besides tackling slow growth in the auto industry.