Investment

The latest trends on investment in and out of China

10 October, 2019

On Sept. 18, Shanghai’s municipal government issued Opinions on the Further Promotion of Foreign Investment in Shanghai, which makes it the first regional jurisdiction to roll-out an implementation regulation for the national Foreign Investment Law.

27 September, 2019

Often dubbed China’s “Silicon Valley”, Shenzhen is China’s fastest-growing city. It is ranked by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences as the mainland’s top city for “overall economic competitiveness” and is China’s premier Special Economic Zone.

22 August, 2019

The Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone is expanding to include Lingang New Area. It will offer businesses tax cuts, duty exemptions, and access to other beneficial policies to attract greater talent settlement.

16 August, 2019

The 2019 editions of China's negative lists and the encouraged catalogue came into effect July 30, both regulating the entry of foreign investment into the Chinese market. Learn how foreign businesses can use them to assess investment plans in China.

11 October, 2018

The Outbound Investment Forum recently hosted White & Case LLP lawyers Farhad Jalinous, Gregory Pryor, and Stacia Sowerby to provide the AmCham China business community with an overview of the current US and China investment market.

21 June, 2018

The Financial Services Forum hosted Nicholas Calcina Howson of Michigan Law School for “Rewriting China’s Securities Law and Possibilities for ‘Rule of Law’ Capital Markets in the PRC,” to dissect proposed amendments to the 2006 PRC Securities Law.

15 June, 2018

A panel of experts and AmCham members discussed investment policy in a China-US context. Panelists gave insight to attendees in how to understand constantly-changing legislation and how to make successful investments in the US.

08 June, 2018

AcceleratingBiz CEO Randall Hancock visits AmCham China for “Disruptive Technologies and the Rise of Accelerated Business”, an event focused on helping members to identify, assess, and respond to the disruptive technologies impacting industries.

31 May, 2018

Last week at AmCham China, leading experts in real estate weighed in on concern and optimism surrounding the Trump administration’s approach to trade policy. Kevin Thorpe of Cushman & Wakefield led a discussion about trade policies and their impact.

04 May, 2018

As frictions between the US and China continue, AmCham is committed to providing its members with insights into the changing business landscape. Last week's event, Managing Uncertainties in the US-China Trade Frictions, provided expert...