30 July 2020

KWM issues Doing Business in China(2020)


2019-2020 have been challenging years for both China and the world. China has had to contend with both the fallout from the COVID-2019 pandemic as well as the trade conflict between China and the US.

China’s response has largely been to think BIG. Regulatory reform, rebalancing a transition to an innovative economy and embracing globalization. In addition China has shown it can still think BIG domestically with the Greater Bay Area initiative. In China the only constant is change!

In this publication, we explore the key questions being asked by clients looking to unlock investment opportunities in China such as: What are the best opportunities for investing in China? What are the challenges? How do other investors deal with the key issues? How do I deal with regulatory change?

We hope that this publication will demystify the China challenges but also the China opportunities and we can add value to your business in China and would be delighted to discuss opportunities with you further.

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