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What Does Brexit Mean For Business Owners in China?

The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union almost three years ago—an incident that later came to be known as Brexit. The deadline was first set on 29th March, 2019,

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New Reforms in China’s Free Trade Zones: Expectations and Opportunities?

In August 2019, China announced plans to expand its pilot free trade zones (FTZ) by adding six more provinces—taking the total number of FTZs to 18.

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Foreign Access into Chinese Markets: Why China Wants Global Players in its Markets?

China has managed to emerge as the next global economic superpower in the last decade. It has not only become the second largest economy but has also bagged the title for

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Global Hub for Foreign Firms: China’s Tech and Innovation Industry!

Currently, China is at the forefront of global innovation. Despite its late entrance to industrialization and capitalism, it has always had a long history of innovation.

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More Opportunities for Global Enterprises in Shenzhen: What Does the Future Hold?

Shenzhen has come a long since its days as just another fishing town in China. The economic zones in the city have been a huge influence on its growing economy.

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“Doing Business 2020”: Good News for Overseas Corporations Looking Into Expansion in China

The last two years have been huge for the Chinese business community—native or otherwise. There has been a long list of reforms, 59 to be exact, and a majority of

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A Comprehensive Summary of China’s Cybersecurity Laws and Reforms

China’s Cybersecurity Law was introduced in 2016 and came into action on June 1, 2017. Since then, the Chinese government and the Communist Party have advocated for their approach and understanding

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The Art of Deal: Strategies that Do and Don’t Work for Foreign Businesses in China

China’s population accounts for nearly 20% of the global population, so the investment and business opportunities for brands and businesses—particularly, consumer-driven ones—are abundant.

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Are China and Apple on the Brink of Breaking Up?

The exposure of Apple to the Land of the Red Dragon has been quite sizeable, contributing heavily to the company’s annual revenue.

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China Plans to Blacklist U.S Companies—The Latest in the Trade War!

The trade relations between China and the U.S may have potentially taken yet another hit, with reports circulating that China is planning to blacklist U.S companies in reaction to the

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