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A recently released revised list of foreign ownership restrictions in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone (FTZ) offers reductions that...
Newly released draft regulations from the State Administration of Industry and Commerce (SAIC) could limit the abilities of...
China’s economic reforms have yet to tangibly impact US-China Business Council (USCBC) member company operations and are...
Increased air pollution, deteriorating traffic conditions, and rising office rent prices are leading some US companies in China...
US and Chinese officials must address operating challenges, particularly discriminatory intellectual property (IP) criteria,...
Amid a slowdown in China’s economy and tension between the United States and China on a variety of issues, US and Chinese...
A key figure in the enforcement of China’s Antimonopoly Law (AML) insisted that Chinese regulatory procedures and AML...
After several years of implementing policies to promote China’s strategic emerging industries (SEI), local and central...
规范价格行政处罚权的若干规定 1. These rules are formulated according to the Administrative Punishment Law, Pricing Law, Administrative...
As part of a trade promotion event in Shanghai, Hunan’s governor and party secretary met with US-China Business Council (USCBC...
Judicial pilot programs announced last week could reduce local protectionism in Chinese courtrooms and—over time—improve the...
Foreign testing labs and certification providers may now apply for the right to offer services related to the China Compulsory...
China’s announcement at the 2013 Strategic & Economic Dialogue that it would use the US approach to bilateral investment...
USCBC launched a new tool this week to evaluate China’s progress in implementing economic reforms that will impact member...
Rapidly increasing wages, high demand for qualified workers, and high turnover rates have made recruiting and retaining talent...
As the US government prepares for upcoming negotiations at the Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) in early July,...
China’s economic ascent has turned the Ministry of Commerce’s (MOFCOM’s) Antimonopoly Bureau—China’s merger control authority—...
Foreign firms doing business in China could see some streamlining of investment approvals based on finalized National...
A new set of State Council measures released earlier this month lays out high-level goals and principles that provide an...
China will limit the number of Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) listing on its Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges to 100 in the...
Chinese investment in the United States reached nearly $1.4 billion in the first quarter of 2014, according to new estimates...
China’s top legislative body recently approved long-awaited amendments to the country’s Environmental Protection Law (EPL) that...
On April 14, all 40,000 workers of Yue Yuen Industrial, a Chinese shoe manufacturer that supplies American brands such as Nike...
US exports to China continue to contribute to US job and economic growth, with total exports reaching $120 billion in 2013. The...
Phil Groves, president and founding partner of DAC Management, a Chicago-based investment management and services firm with 14...
As China strengthens its enforcement of anti-unfair competition and antimonopoly regulations, and local media reports on...
Antimonopoly issues, including M&A reviews and pricing investigations, have garnered considerable attention by US...
In 2014, China’s agencies in charge of managing intellectual property rights (IPR) issues are focusing their attention on a...
New regulations limiting the proportion of dispatch—or temporary—workers in China went into effect on March 1, constraining...
Chinese regulators have recently released two measures meant to make merger and acquisition (M&A) review processes faster...

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