China Market Intelligence

July 20th, 2016
By Meg Kelly and Anna Ashton

As China’s efforts to develop its legal regime ushered in a host of new rules and regulations, the process of lawmaking has undergone significant changes, including important developments in transparency and opportunities for public engagement. To explain the changes in the process and their significance to companies, USCBC recently hosted an exclusive discussion with members led by Jamie Horsley, senior research scholar in...

July 20th, 2016
By Patrick Lozada

Key principles of the forthcoming Ecommerce Law were outlined by China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) in a June workshop with corporate and government stakeholders in Shanghai. According to the principles, the law will codify and refine existing norms without substantially altering the licensing regime that determines market access.

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July 6th, 2016
By Nick Marro

Beijing’s more active role in cyberspace governance raises concerns about how an increasingly restrictive regulatory regime may limit company operations.

 

The National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee announced June 28 that it would...

July 6th, 2016
By David Solomon

Leading US-China climate and energy experts examined opportunities and expressed concerns about the Chinese clean and efficient energy sector during a roundtable discussion June 29 with US-China Business Council (USCBC) member companies.

 

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