Chinese commitments to boost transparency of technology and security policies and improve trade secret protection were key at this year’s US-
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China has announced further details about plans to gradually decrease government control over investment decisions.
This issue marks the first of a regular series of US-China Business Council (USCBC) reports analyzing key discussions and decisions of China’s bimonthly National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee Meetings, the most recent of which concluded on November 4.
Government-mandated price controls, once a hallmark of China’s socialist economy, may soon be abolished for all but a small number of products and services.
For many global companies, having a China base means more than just paving the way for greater access to the China market. Over 2,000 regional headquarters (RHQs), research centers, and other agencies have been established in China by multinational corporations (MNCs).