In recent years, the business community in China has been abuzz with talk of various market access ‘negative lists’ – lists of exceptions to what would otherwise be open market access.
The various laws and regulations pertaining to the incorporation of foreign-invested enterprises (FIEs) are soon to be consolidated.
In this article Axel Berger of the German Development Institute takes a broad view of the current EU-China investment negotiations with respect to other international processes.
Mick Adams, a former professional engineer, came to China in 2002, and has been working for Somerley in Shanghai since 2009.
Driven by its ambition to play a more dominant role in the world economy, make the renminbi more convertible and remain attractive to foreign investment, China has been taking steady steps