China Market Intelligence

April 13th, 2016
Anna Ashton

China’s proposed revisions to the Anti-Unfair Competition Law (AUCL) create greater consistency between measures such as the Anti-Monopoly Law (AML), Advertising Law, and Trademark Law.

April 13th, 2016
Stephanie Henry

The US-China Business Council (USCBC) welcomed senior Chinese leaders this week to brief USCBC members on China’s competition scheme and the country’s national goals for the coming years.

March 30th, 2016
USCBC Staff

The PRC National People’s Congress concluded this month with the release of China’s 13th Five-Year Plan (FYP) on National Economic and Social Development.

March 30th, 2016
Owen Haacke

Chief Financial Officers in China have a first-hand perspective on China’s slowing economic growth and its effect on company profit.

March 30th, 2016
USCBC Staff

China’s balancing act between economic stability and reform is continuing to produce incremental policy and mixed signals that reflect the government’s uncertain commitment to reform, reports US-Chin

March 16th, 2016
Zoe Sophos

The start of 2016 brought several personnel shifts in China’s central government, including in agencies responsible for publishing economic data and for taxation, financial system, and state-owned enterprise (SOE) regulation.

March 16th, 2016
Yan Yu and Nick Marro

The recently released, and newly effective Administrative Regulations for Online Publishing Service explicitly restricts foreign investors from providing online publishing services, sets licensing and approval requiremen

March 2nd, 2016

The Chinese New Year ushered in a number of personnel changes at the US-China Business Council’s (USCBC) China offices.

March 2nd, 2016
Jake Parker

Though China’s slowing growth impacts US company operations, economic restructuring is offering new opportunities to American companies, said a group of US-China Business Council (USCBC) executives during a February 28 roundtable discussion with Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew in Beijing.

March 2nd, 2016
Pianpian Huang

A year after the amended Consumer Protection Law (CPL) was implemented, consumer complaints in China increased by 14.3 percent.

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