China Briefing News

China-Hong Kong to Promote Further Liberalization under CEPA

by

To enhance cooperation in the services sector, and to facilitate mutual economic development, China and Hong Kong signed the “Ninth Supplement to the Mainland and Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement on June 29.

Setting Up and Operating a Company in Hong Kong

by

One of the key advantages that Hong Kong holds over other holding company jurisdictions is its Closer Economic Partnership Agreement with Mainland China. Set up in 2002 after China’s accession to the WTO, it is essentially a free trade agreement. Also Supplement VIII, signed in December 2011 and implemented from April 2012, deepened liberalization of trade in services.

CEPA Rules of Origin for Hong Kong-Mainland Trade in Goods

by

Apr. 24 – In order to enjoy zero tariffs under the Closer Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA), goods exported from Hong Kong to Mainland China must fulfill the rules of origin and show evidence of being “made in Hong Kong.” The execution of the rules of origin is detailed in the “Customs Provisions of the People’s […]

China Customs Revises Hong Kong CEPA Ad Valorem Definition

by

China’s General Administration of Customs has decided to revise Article 6 of the “Provisions on the Implementation of the Rules of Origin for Trade in Goods under the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) between Mainland China and Hong Kong.”

Showing 4 of 4 articles
Events in China All Events

Our free webinars are packed full of useful information for doing business in China.

Related reading
  • Human Resources and Payroll in China 2023
  • An Introduction to Doing Business in Hong Kong 2023
  • Investing in China's Greater Bay Area: Tapping into Long-Term Opportunities
  • An Introduction to Doing Business in China 2023
  • Investing in China’s Healthcare Sector
Back to top