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China’s e-commerce regulatory tsunami continues

China’s e-commerce regulatory tsunami continues: New advertising and food safety regulations

China clarifies its regulatory stance on online advertising practices and the online sale of food products, continuing a trend towards greater regulation of e-commerce.

29 July 2016
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The Future of Chinese Outbound Investment – KWM’s predictions across key sectors

Market and deal trend predictions for the future of Chinese outbound investment and how it will affect sectors including energy & resources, food & agriculture and real estate.

25 July 2016
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Decoding the New Rules for Online Food Trading

This article presents an overview of the new rules for online food trading.

19 July 2016
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Infant Formula Registration Rules Finally Settled Down

This article analyzes the impact of the New PRC regulations on infant formula manufacturers.

16 June 2016
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Exporters of the world rejoice - PRC customs issues e-commerce reprieve

International companies trading in cross-border ecommerce in cosmetics, infant formula milk powder, medical devices & health have a reprieve until at least 11 May 2017.

27 May 2016
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“Keep Calm and Carry On”: Keeping up with China’s changing rules for cross-border e-commerce

Cross-border ecommerce has moved from being a possible avenue to sell to the China consumer, to the only way to sell to China.

09 May 2016

China's 13th Five Year Plan: the land of opportunity

China's 13th Five Year Plan has significant implications for businesses in China and around the world across key sectors.

14 April 2016

China's 13th Five Year Plan: Agriculture

The Plan calls for ‘agriculture to be the foundation for building a moderately prosperous society in all aspects and to achieve modernisation’.

14 April 2016

China’s New Five Year Plan – key takeaways

China’s 13th Five-Year Economic and Social Development Plan's objectives are bold and ambitious, with a strong emphasis on sustainability.

29 March 2016

Are you ready for ChAFTA? Our predictions for business in 2016

The China-Australia FTA will come into force 20 December 2015, benefiting Australian & Chinese businesses.

18 December 2015

The foreign investment reforms

This article was written by Malcolm Brennan and Intan Eow.The Foreign Investment Regime continues to be the centre of attention.  The reform package is currently before the Federal...

02 November 2015
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ChAFTA is here – are you ready?

Following a decade of negotiations, this historic free trade agreement will boost trade & economic growth in both China & Australia for years to come.

17 June 2015