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
China’s National People’s Congress opened its 2018 session Monday and will run through March 20.
China confirmed a few new foreign investment openings earlier today, but did not add any liberalizations beyond those already signalled over the past few months.
Some new investment openings appear to be on the horizon in China, according to US-China Business Council (USCBC) sources, but the number and significance remain up in the air.
Changes to how the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) reviews investments may be under consideration by the Trump adminis
China’s annual legislative congress concluded Wednesday with a pointed warning from China’s premier: the stakes of a trade war with China are high
New online publishing rules announced February 14 largely reinforce existing law, which prohibits foreign investment in China’s online publish
During President Xi Jinping’s recent Washington visit, China missed its self-imposed deadline to provide a revised offer for the US-China bilateral investment treaty (BIT) negotiations and has not set a new target date to do so.
The United States is a top destination for Chinese overseas investment, as private-sector investors seek opportunities in commercial real estate, hospitality, and information and communications technology (ICT), according to the latest figures from the Rhodium Group and American Enterprise Institute (AEI).
A Beijing pilot program launched in May appears to reinforce China’s interest in opening the services sector to foreign investment beyond the free trade zones (FTZs) in Shanghai, Tianjin, and Fujian.