Doing Business in China
01 August 2017

A Guide to Doing Business in China

Against a backdrop of heightened regulatory enforcement, economic transition and regulatory reform, in our updated Doing Business in China Guide, we explore the key issues being considered by clients looking to unlock investment opportunities in the People’s Republic of China.

We also explore and comment on the current investment trends in China, consider the relevance of new Free Trade Zones, discuss the role Hong Kong might play in China’s future plans, and summarise key questions that investors and directors of companies in China should ask, including:

Questions that investors and directors should ask
*please click image to view in full size*

In our view, vast opportunities remain for investors, despite China’s recent slowdown. As China is entering a period of more managed growth, investors need to take more time to target their plans towards sectors of the economy that are growing the strongest, and where foreign investors have the most value to add.

Download our Doing Business in China Guide for an in-depth analysis of the key opportunities, as well as concerns and issues facing foreign companies investing, operating and sourcing in from China.

Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+
    You might also be interested in

    Investors and operators of critical infrastructure in Australia will soon need to comply with new security rules commencing 11 July 2018.

    23 May 2018

    Australia and the ASEAN region are natural partners for cooperation on agriculture and food production, trade and investment.

    22 May 2018

    Key themes from this year’s Beef Week include emerging opportunities regarding trade and investment, branding and the importance this plays in the supply chain and more...

    15 May 2018

    Analysis of the 2018-19 Australian Federal Budget: significant reforms for corporates, small business and personal tax.

    08 May 2018

    This publication has been downloaded from the King & Wood Mallesons website. It is provided only for your information and does not constitute legal or other advice on any specific matter. If you require or seek legal advice you should obtain such advice from your own lawyer, and should do so before taking, or refraining from taking, any action in reliance on this publication. If you have any questions, please contact King & Wood Mallesons. See www.kwm.com for more information.