Doing Business in China 2024 is designed to guide new and established investors in China with updated policy changes. In this Guide, we specially focused on China’s changing business landscape and the implications for foreign investors.
China is preparing for the World Bank’s new Business Ready (“B-READY”) ease of doing business report. Big cities include Shanghai, Beijing, and Shenzhen have released a range of policy measures in 2023 to improve the business and investment environment for both foreign and domestic companies.
ERP adoption is rapidly gaining traction in China as a strategic tool to navigate market uncertainties and promote organizational efficiencies in the aftermath of COVID-19. We guide you in choosing the right ERP approach for your business.
Beyond a Mega City: Investing in China’s Mega City Clusters – New Dezan Shira & Associates Publication
We take a close look at the investment opportunities and business incentives offered by China’s most investor-friendly mega city clusters – the YRD, the GBA, the Jing-Jin-Ji region, and the Chengdu-Chongqing Twin City Circle.
Not many foreigners are brave enough to start a company in China, especially an internet business. Willing to try are the people of Yunio (云诺), who have created a cloud storage service much like Dropbox, but with an advantage the competition doesn’t have: access to the Chinese market.
Asia Briefing, in cooperation with its parent firm Dezan Shira & Associates, has just released a new 40-page report introducing everything that a foreign investor should be familiar with when establishing and operating a business in China. This guide, titled “An Introduction to Doing Business in China,” is immediately available as a complimentary PDF download on the Asia Briefing Bookstore.
Dec. 14 – China Briefing has just released the fourth edition of its regional business guide “The Greater Pearl River Delta: Business Guide to South China” – offering business-minded individuals an up-to-date reference source for all of the key issues concerning setting up and successfully operating a business in South China. By leveraging its proximity […]
By Adam Livermore Oct. 7 – As experienced China-watchers will be aware, the real challenge for the Chinese government comes in implementation of laws. The new Social Insurance Law and the inclusion of foreigners in the country’s social insurance system is no exception. Although the law was promulgated in October 2010 and actually came into […]