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.
China Market Intelligence
USCBC’s comparative chart of China’s new and past foreign investment catalogues demonstrates that the
Vice Minister of Finance Zhu Guangyao on June 15 called the 100-day trade agenda and its initial outcomes a demonstration of determined efforts to continue developing commercial relations between the United States and China.
China recently issued new rules that that offer mixed implications for foreign company qualification for innovation-related tax breaks.
A year after the amended Consumer Protection Law (CPL) was implemented, consumer complaints in China increased by 14.3 percent.
Environmental compliance is taking center stage as US companies face implementation of China’s 2015 Environmental Protection Law (EPL), new regulations on improving soil and air quality, and a
By all accounts, China’s ecommerce market is booming.
The enforcement of China’s Antimonopoly Law (AML) remained a priority for the United States throughout 2015, despite the fact that few new cases were launched last year.
Chinese commitments to boost transparency of technology and security policies and improve trade secret protection were key at this year’s US-
China has announced further details about plans to gradually decrease government control over investment decisions.