China’s economic policymakers today released a revised list of restricted sectors for foreign investment, which incorporates liberalizations announced during recent months.
China Market Intelligence
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
US companies now have stronger recourse against Chinese businesses that claim Chinese law as a protection for unfair practices.
Draft regulations related to China’s 2017 Cybersecurity Law may come into effect as soon as this month, according to US-China Business Council (USCBC) conversations with government
Although the denial order recently brought by the U.S.
Amid rising US-China trade tensions, American pet food brands including Petco, Wellness, and Canidae have been removed from some Chinese ecommerce platforms.
China’s real estate market has long benefitted investors, with its astronomical growth rate and nonexistent property tax, but that might be changing. To rein in real estate prices and curb speculation, the National People’s Congress in March renewed discussions of property taxes.
The US and China over the weekend put tariffs on hold, but an agreement on broader trade tensions has not been reached and tariffs cannot be dismissed in the future, given continuing differences within the Trump administration on China trade policy.
As China pushes for technological advances and autonomous vehicles (AVs), new government regulations released in April could have implications beyond the automotive industry. The new rules regulate liability, test driver qualifications, data reporting, and data storage.
Following two years of decline, the United States exported more goods in 2017 to China than ever before– in excess of $127 billion. China also continues to be a major growth market for US services exports, and is virtually tied with Canada as the second-largest services market for the United States.