Beijing is the capital of the People’s Republic of China, and the country’s political and cultural center. We profile its economy, infrastructure, and policy initiatives.
Shanghai is mainland China’s commercial capital and most populous city. In this article, we profile Shanghai’s economy, key industries, guiding policies, and incentives.
China’s Hainan Free Trade Port Law will facilitate market reform policies to develop and open up Hainan Island and enhance long-term investor confidence.
We break down the development plans, industrial clusters, incentive zones, and emerging competitive regions located in China’s Greater Bay Area.
Shenzhen SEZ’s new Rules clarify matters related to incorporation and dormancy, licensing procedures, and a green channel for Hong Kong and Macao investors.
China views its developing megacities, trade partnerships, shift towards consumption growth, and capacity for value-add manufacturing as key to its rise as a moderately prosperous nation by 2035.