China’s gross domestic product (GDP) reached RMB 12,1020.7 billion in 2022, up three percent year on year, according to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics on January 17, 2023.
China’s economic agenda for 2023 will be more focused on economic growth than ever, a key takeaway from the CEWC.
How Did The Previous Communist Party Congress Proceed With China’s Economy, Policy, and Regulatory Developments?
What has changed since the 19th Party Congress in 2017? We discuss China’s economic growth, policy, and regulatory developments.
The Double 11 shopping festival, as the largest and most popular annual global shopping festival in the world – now overshadowing Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined – serves as a window to observe China’s latest consumer trends.
China recently released economic data for the month of July, revealing deceleration across key areas, but strong FDI statistics keeps the outlook optimistic.
We reflect on China’s policy priorities in 2021, based on its economic recovery after the initial outbreak last year and push towards market opening and reforms.
Apr. 25 – Newly appointed Minister of the Ministry of Finance (MOF) Lou Jiwei and Director of the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) Wang Jun were interviewed by the official central media of China on April 16 concerning the further development of the pilot reforms on the value-added tax (VAT) in lieu of business tax […]
The State Council approved the 12th Five-Year Plan on National Emerging Industries of Strategic Importance on May 30, outlining the directions and major tasks for seven strategically important emerging industries