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Adapting for China? Winning Brands Don’t Seek to be Understood, but to Understand

Lessons learned by established Western brands that have successfully adapted for the Chinese market.

/ August 26, 2019

Companies in the Crosshairs? China to Enact its own Export Controls

This summer, China announced its intention to develop two of its own export controls lists, potentially in response to actions taken by the United States. Details pending, these moves could have a profound impact on foreign investment in China.

/ August 7, 2019

Open Government Developments in China: Implications for US Businesses

The People’s Republic of China continues to modernize the Chinese regulatory state through its open government project, even as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) asserts comprehensive leadership and tightens political and social controls under General Secretary Xi Jinping.

/ July 1, 2019

The Hidden Challenges of China’s Booming Medical AI Market

At an estimated market size of RMB 20 billion in 2018, China’s medical artificial intelligence (AI) market promises vast opportunities for US companies with innovative AI products and solutions. Yet, businesses that do not have the foresight and resources to...

/ June 24, 2019

China Releases Green Industry Guidance Catalogue: Opportunities for US Business?

This article was originally published by the Paulson Institute. China released its new Green Industries Guidance Catalogue to help promote green development through clarifying the definition of “green industry” as well as harmonizing differing standards for sustainability. This new catalogue,...

/ April 26, 2019

Why Businesses Should Pay Attention to China’s Government Inspections

By Alexander Chipman Koty On July 6, China announced a campaign to inspect local governments and departments, signaling the central government’s resolve to implement core policies. The announcement, detailed in the State Council’s Circular about the Launch of Inspection Program for Departments and...

/ July 26, 2018

Powering the Digital Revolution in China

China is home to 730 million Internet users, and its mobile payments market is over 11 times the size of the market in the US. As e-commerce and digital transactions expand exponentially, data centers, the warehouses of the digital revolution,...

Hiring Local Employees in China

By HROne, Payroll & Employment Solutions in Greater China The employment of staff offers fundamental challenges that all foreign companies or Representative Offices entering China need to master. What rules and regulations apply in creating labor contracts? How do employees...

Is China Really Opening Its Doors to Foreign Investment?

On January 17, 2017, the State Council issued a circular on a new foreign direct investment policy to open up China’s economic system. At first glance, it would appear that this policy is a reaction to the slowdown in China’s...

/ November 8, 2017