Why’s China’s Tax Law So Complex?

China’s tax system can be bewildering for foreign investors. Despite recent efforts to streamline the tax system, the World Bank ranked China 131 out of 190 jurisdictions for ease of

China Bans Weird Company Names

For companies looking to expand in China, choosing an adequate name just got a lot more complicated. finding a creative, culturally knowledgeable individual to help with a name will help

How Does China Quality Control?

The complications that can arise due to supply chain inadequacies are enough to make your head spin. Here are some critical warning signs you and your company should do everything

Why Ford Chose China over Mexico

The recent decision to move Focus production to China over Mexico may come off as threatening to the American economy, but progress demands pragmatism. Are American companies desperate or just

Maternity Leave in China

As China pushes for increased birthrates, allowances for parents appear to be increasing as enticement. How does China compare to the rest of the world? The State Council released and

Trusting Official Statistics

As China grows into a superpower, the country moves to develop a more transparent tool to monitor growth and development. Recently, several media sources reported that Liaoning province had been

China to Reduce Pollutants

China continues its substantial effort to improve the country’s environmental standards with a new series of penalties for polluters. In December 2016, the National People’s Congress promulgated China’s first Environmental

The Rise of China’s Drones

As much of the rest of the world has taken a lackadaisical approach to investing in drones, China quickly grabbed the opportunity. Now, the country is primed to guide the

Better Together: Crowdfunding

Working together to build something great has serious benefits, plus an even more enormous potential for cash. Though in its early stages, China will soon lead the globe’s crowdfunding effort

China & Russia Propose Trade

Western trading partners had been working to develop trading ties to strengthen localized economies. with major trade agreements in jeopardy, Russia and China could become the world’s most dominant economies.