Squeezed by an economic downturn and the tepid pace of economic reforms, domestic Chinese companies share the concerns of US companies, who also face a more challenging operating enviro
China Market Intelligence
When President Xi Jinping suggested in November a shift to “supply-side economic growth,” he set in motion a flurry of domestic and international media speculation on a potential new course for China’s economic policy.
The enforcement of China’s Antimonopoly Law (AML) remained a priority for the United States throughout 2015, despite the fact that few new cases were launched last year.
On January 20, 2016, the US-China Business Council’s (USCBC) board of directors released its fifth annual priorities statement, detailing actions needed to continue building a strong, mutually beneficial commercial relationship between the
The new year ushered in several personnel changes at the US-China Business Council (USCBC), which will continue the tradition of strong leadership in the organization’s key roles.
As of January 1, married couples in China can have two children, marking the official end to the 35-year, one-child policy.
Following 10 months of silence, the National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee in December passed China’s first Counterterrorism Law effe
Efforts over the past year to enhance China’s information technology security policies have raised serious concerns among foreign-industry players.
PRC personnel changes at the central level, announced during the final quarter of 2015, include appointments and promotions in ministries responsible for technology innovation, financial reform and other areas of interest to foreign companies.
Woeful performance data from China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) may be increasing calls for reform, but a recent policy package does not appear to address fundamental issues around governance and market orientation, despite the accompanying rhetoric.