China’s economic policymakers today released a revised list of restricted sectors for foreign investment, which incorporates liberalizations announced during recent months.
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President Donald Trump has decided against using much-anticipated new measures to restrict Chinese access to US technology and instead will use existing tools, according to a White Hou
Trade talks between the US and China ended today in Beijing with each side apparently staking out positions the other side is unlikely to meet. An optimistic interpretation is that the two sides have laid out opening positions and set up a process for negotiations to resolve trade tensions.
The United States and China have both fired warning shots on the growing field of bilateral trade disputes, though the most significant battle is likely still weeks away.
Despite indications that US companies expect growth in revenue and profitability next year in China, concern about possible trade actions was evident in polling USCBC members who attended the Shanghai China Operations Conference on November 30.
A series of recent hospital reforms by the Chinese government are designed to standardize pricing and encourage investment in the medical system.
China’s intellectual property (IP) protection and enforcement remains inadequate and foreign company market access barriers too strict, according to the Special 301 Report, keeping the United State’s second-largest trading partner on the US Trade Representative’s (USTR) priority watch list for another year.
Regulators are actively setting the groundwork for implementation of
On October 9, the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) released the “Draft Provisions for Supervising Insurance Information,” with a public comment period open until October 31, 2015.
US and Chinese negotiators are gearing up for a busy quarter as they head into bilateral and multilateral trade and investment talks.