China Market Intelligence

April 12th, 2016
Zoe Sophos

On April 8, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), in consultation with the Ministry of Commerce, released the Draft Market Access Negative List to be piloted in Tianjin, Shanghai, Fujian and Guangdong.

March 2nd, 2016
Pianpian Huang

A year after the amended Consumer Protection Law (CPL) was implemented, consumer complaints in China increased by 14.3 percent.

March 2nd, 2016
Nick Marro and Yan Yu

China’s leading legislative body will convene March 3, with economic themes expected to be prominent on the agenda.

March 2nd, 2016
Owen Haacke

With the release of China’s central government’s 13th Five-Year Plan (FYP)—an economic and social planning blueprint—expected later this month, newly released local plans may point to common themes of raising incomes, modernizing industry, environmental protection, and innovation.

February 17th, 2016
Stephanie Henry

The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) will launch 20 workshops with Chinese agencies over the next two years to engage and educate officials about regulatory issues and best practices, USTDA Director Leocadia Zak told business executives at a February 2 US-China Business Council (USCBC) lunch.

February 3rd, 2016
Nick Marro

Chinese regulators unveiled in October more detailed plans for transforming the country into an advanced manufacturing powerhouse.

February 3rd, 2016
Zoe Sophos

China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), an initiative to support regional infrastructure development, officially launched January 17 when President Xi Jinping hosted

January 20th, 2016
Zoe Sophos

Squeezed by an economic downturn and the tepid pace of economic reforms, domestic Chinese companies share the concerns of US companies, who also face a more challenging operating enviro

January 20th, 2016
Jake Parker

When President Xi Jinping suggested in November a shift to “supply-side economic growth,” he set in motion a flurry of domestic and international media speculation on a potential new course for China’s economic policy.

January 6th, 2016
Taoyu Liu

As of January 1, married couples in China can have two children, marking the official end to the 35-year, one-child policy.

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