China Business Review

Digital technology is revolutionizing the healthcare sector. The global digital health market was valued at approximately $122.66 billion in 2017. Investment in digital health startups reached $11.78 billion globally in 2017 alone, with 852 deals in total...
Awareness among Chinese netizens of the dangers and consequences of exposing too much information online is growing alongside a rough framework of data privacy protection laws and standards that still need work.
The city of Austin, Texas has developed a partnership with Chinese internet giant Alibaba to boost exports of US-produced goods to Chinese consumers.
As American sports try to break into the China market, what kind of environment do they face? Why are some brands successful while others struggle to find a place?
Chinese companies are expanding into space: China has expanded its BeiDou satellite network to assist the growth of the Belt and Road Initiative.
Local Chinese governments will be coming under more scrutiny from the State Council. How will this affect China's business environment?
E-commerce is exploding in Asia and dwarfs the North American market. China alone accounts for over 40 percent of global e-commerce transactions. On Singles Day in 2016, Alibaba transacted US$17.5 billion in sales compared to about US$6.9 billion for...
Although deals are being hammered out between the United States and China to help avert a trade war, even a best case scenario still entails the corrosion of trust in the trade partnership between the world’s largest economies.
The Chinese government is pushing foreign companies to include party organizations among their employees. Where do these companies stand if they don’t want to acquiesce to their demands?
Trade tensions between Beijing and Washington have been high lately. With the potential of a trade war looming, Sarah Pavlak takes a historical view of how these commercial spats usually pan out.
Will we end up in a retaliation cycle with China, or is a negotiated solution still possible? The recent U.S. proposal submitted to China underscores the scope and seriousness of the trade, investment and technology issues on the table. Unfortunately, it...
The employment of staff offers fundamental challenges that all foreign companies or Representative Offices entering China need to master. What rules and regulations apply in creating labor contracts? How do employees and employers pay social benefits and...
The government overhaul is China’s most significant institutional reform in years, with various entities either newly created, merged, restructured, or dissolved.
As China pushes forward with its national anti-corruption campaign, companies are considering standards released by the International Standards Organization (ISO) to improve anti-bribery and corporate compliance programs. The new standards released by the...
President Trump’s new proposal to erect a wall — this one a tariff-fueled steel and aluminum curtain — masks an inconvenient truth: The U.S. steel industry has been holding its own, thanks to advances in productivity and the spread of cheap natural gas...
Mr. President, if you’re looking for someone to demonize for killing blue-collar jobs in your favorite industries, don’t blame China and “bad trade deals.” Blame the robots.
2017 was Xi Jinping’s year. At the end of his first term, he swept away any opposition from within the Communist Party of China and successfully sealed his legacy by enshrining his ‘Xi Jinping thought’ into party canon. He also announced a ‘new era’...
About the RTM  The U.S. Trade and Development Agency is hosting the China Live Power Line Maintenance Training Program October 15-28, 2017 that will bring delegates from the China Southern Grid (CSG), the National Energy Administration (NEA) and Inner...
On Tuesday, April 11 Arthur Kroeber, head of research at Gavekal Dragonomics, led a discussion on the prospects for the Chinese economy and US-China relations.China's economy seems to be on a stable growth path in the run-up to this fall's all-important...
On Friday, March 31 the US-China Business Council hosted a presentation and discussion on Ecommerce in China, featuring Frank Lavin, CEO and founder of Export Now, a China ecommerce solutions company for international brands.   Lavin’s insights into the...