China Market Intelligence

June 29th, 2017
By Owen Haacke

In an increasingly competitive labor market, equity awards, higher salaries, and upward mobility can help foreign companies attract and keep top talent. But Chinese restrictions on foreign companies’ equity awards — such as stock options — can hobble US companies’ compensation competitiveness.

July 8th, 2015
Jiang Lingling

New rules to promote local innovation in Shanghai, which has nearly 15 percent of China’s total foreign investment, may provide new tools for US companies to attract foreign and local talent.

June 10th, 2015
Nick Marro and Owen Haacke

HR managers face a litany of hurdles including rising wages and new laws and regulations, along with the ongoing challenge of attracting and retaining talented workers and managers. At the same time, mass layoffs and employee relocation issues in China have become more common as companies balance an increasingly competitive marketplace with slowing economic growth.

May 27th, 2015
Ryan Ong

More and more US companies have active research and development (R&D) operations in China, and many have seen these operations evolve from small groups primarily focused on product localization to globally significant operations conducting cutting-edge R&D for the China market.

Phase One Tracker

We are tracking over 150 commitments—several of which had never been offered before—on items ranging from market access to improving intellectual property rights protection and administrative reforms. 

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