The second draft of China’s Ecommerce Law takes a step forward in addressing some of the concerns the US-China Business Council (USCBC) raised about the first draft of the law, particularly in terms of intellectual property (IP) protection.
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On September 4, Chinese authorities banned initial coin offerings (ICOs) as an illegal form of public financing.
The third draft of China’s Standardization Law could create a barrier for foreign companies trying to market or manufacture products in China. The draft supports “indigenous innov
A new executive order to sanction foreign banks that do business with North Korea could affect transactions that American companies have with those
Changes stemming from the implementation of China’s Food Safety Law threaten to block imports of a wide range of food products from countries unable to provide the necessary certificates.
After increasing scrutiny of China's largest overseas asset buyers in June, the Chinese government in August took further steps to restrict and regulate Chinese outbound investment.
Zhejiang Province Party Secretary Che Jun and a large delegation of Zhejiang officials and business representatives met with US-China Business Council (USCBC) members in Washington, DC, on August 25 to discuss trade and investment opportunities.
Disappointing bilateral negotiations between the United States and China have added few new successes to lackluster investment reforms, despite the multiple announcements, promises, and regulatory changes by the Chinese government over the past six months.
A series of recent hospital reforms by the Chinese government are designed to standardize pricing and encourage investment in the medical system.