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Foreign Investment in Guangdong: New Incentives Announced

Guangdong province, China’s manufacturing heartland, has announced new measures to attract foreign investment. In this article, we look at the new incentives available in Guangdong for foreign investors.

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China’s Pollution Crackdown and its Impact on Business

China is undergoing an environmental paradigm shift, transitioning from the world’s top polluter to global leader in the fight against climate change. In recent months, China has dramatically strengthened the enforcement of its environmental regulations as it pursues its goal of promoting ‘ecological civilization’, and has inspected and fined countless businesses in the process.

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Tax Incentives for Tech Service Firms, Formula Food Transition Period Extended – China Regulatory Brief

In this week's China Regulatory Brief, we look at the nationwide extension of tax incentives for tech service firms, and the lengthened transition period for special purpose formula foods.

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ASEAN’s FTAs, Expats in India, and Vietnam’s FDI Strategy – Asia Investment Brief

In this week's Asia Investment Brief, we look at ASEAN's free trade agreements, considerations for expats in India, RMB denominated bonds in Russia, the Caucasus-Central Asia trade corridor, and Vietnam's 2018-2023 FDI strategy.

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Managing China’s Financial System – New Issue of China Briefing Magazine

The latest issue of China Briefing Magazine, Managing China's Financial System, is out now and available for download from the Asia Briefing Publication Store.

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The Electric Vehicle Battery Industry in China

The electric vehicle (EV) industry is just one priority area of the country’s ‘Made in China 2025’ industrial strategy, which aims to transform China from a low-end manufacturer to a high-end one. Yet, the government’s goals for the industry are staggering: its target is to have five million electric vehicles on its roads by 2020, up from one million today.

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China’s 2018 Holiday Schedule

China has announced its official holiday schedule for 2018. Here, we present China's complete 2018 holiday schedule and highlight the biggest events of the year.

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Pollution in Delhi, Vietnam and the ASEAN-Hong Kong FTA – Asia Investment Brief

In this week's Asia Investment Brief, we look at proposed patent changes in Singapore, the business implications of pollution in Delhi, China and India's impacts on Russia's economy, the CEEC conference in Budapest, and the effects of the ASEAN-HK FTA for Vietnam.

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Financial Market Opens to FDI, Shanghai to Launch Free Trade Port – China Market Watch

In this week's China Market Watch, we look at China's financial market opening, and Shanghai's plans to launch a free trade port.

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China Cuts Import Duties on Consumer Goods

China is cutting import tariffs on nearly 200 types of consumer goods in a bid to encourage domestic consumption. After the reductions, the average import tariff for these products will drop from 17.3 percent to 7.7 percent. In this article, we look at who will gain from the new tariff cuts.

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