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These openings will occur in China’s asset management, insurance, banking, credit rating, and futures industries. Financial...
Dear USCBC members, The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has provided USCBC with an advance copy of its draft implementing...
Most of the openings are unlikely to have a significant impact on foreign companies. While some of the opening measures...
In anticipation of further openings, global asset managers, who still represent a small share of China’s market, have begun...
The 13th Five-Year Plan called for the yuan to be fully convertible by 2020. Such a move would increase liquidity and allow...
Senior Chinese leaders have repeatedly insisted China is improving market access and the investment environment, improving the...
The escalating US-China trade war is complicating China’s efforts to strengthen financial reforms as China’s market and...
China’s central bank president, Yi Gang, once again reiterated China’s commitments to reform and opening while in Washington...
US companies in China are assessing the impact of US tax reform on their China operations, US tax obligations, and global...
Even as Beijing strives to rein in financial risks and improve market order, it continues to promise market openings for...
Foreign investment restrictions in financial services are set to be relaxed and ultimately eliminated, according to statements...
A new executive order to sanction foreign banks that do business with North Korea could affect transactions that American...
Ministries Tasked with Liberalizations, IP Protection, and Preferential Tax Policies Following modest revisions to the...
On Friday, China’s State Council released a revised list of investment restrictions that may allow companies in a number of...
China’s asset management industry has quadrupled in the past two years to $15 trillion, according to Caixin media and the Asset...
Companies have a new channel to resolve delays in current account transactions such as receiving payments from domestic...
Over the past year, China has implemented a variety of restrictions to stem capital flight in response to downward pressure on...
  China: Macro-Policy and Sovereign Balancing Growth, Reform and Stability Bart OosterveldManaging Director, Chief Credit...
Limited progress on State Owned Enterprise (SOE) reform continues to undermine US industry’s confidence in China’s policy...
The 15th anniversary of China’s accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) was marked with a fresh trade dispute Monday...
Western media is grappling with conflicting views of China’s economy. By some accounts, the economic slowdown is a dramatic...
Chief Financial Officers in China have a first-hand perspective on China’s slowing economic growth and its effect on company...
At Forecast 2016, Daniel F. Rosen, founding partner of the Rhodium Group, provided perspectives about China’s economic forecast...
US officials seeking resolution of a high-profile, ongoing accounting dispute hit a roadblock in negotiations in October, but...
With the launch of the China International Payment System (CIPS) earlier this month, China took its latest leap towards making...
A Beijing pilot program launched in May appears to reinforce China’s interest in opening the services sector to foreign...
With President Xi Jinping scheduled to visit the United States in the fall, the pace is picking up for bilateral economic talks...
President Xi Jinping called for an “energy revolution” in June 2014 aimed at improving energy efficiency through the...
After decades of deliberation, China instituted a deposit insurance scheme on May 1 that protects RMB and foreign currency...
Last year, China’s 12th National People’s Congress (NPC) laid out a legislative agenda to address some of the most pressing...

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