Latest reform news.

11 July, 2019

In order to protect national security and economic interests, both the US and Chinese government have escalated enforcement of anti-corruption and anti-bribery campaigns, in addition to leveraging tariffs and other economic restrictions.

12 October, 2018

The recent amendment to China's Individual Income Tax (IIT) Law was enacted this October and will go into effect on January 1, 2019. The revised tax deductions will impact over 500,000 expats in China and employers.

12 September, 2017

MOFCOM Deputy Director General Ye Wei delivered remarks and answered audience questions regarding recent policy developments and changes affecting the investment environment for foreign companies.

28 June, 2017

China’s new work permit policy seems likely to bring significant changes to the foreign business community. AmCham China - Tianjin recently hosted a forum with local government officials to help business leaders understand the new system.

13 June, 2017

The economic policymaking landscape in China is dominated by supply-side structural reform (SSSR), but the topic has not received much attention. A recent report from The Economist Intelligence Unit investigates the progress and outlook for SSSR.

18 April, 2017

If you think the Cybersecurity Law doesn’t apply to your company, you are probably wrong. With only a few weeks until the law is set to begin enforcement on June 1, many companies still don't know how it will impact them.

07 December, 2016

China’s new Cybersecurity Law has serious implications for businesses operating in the Mainland, but will its strict requirements make China more secure?

01 December, 2016

The new Cybersecurity Law is set to change the way small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in China manage their risks, store their data, and continue to innovate.

21 September, 2016

American attorney David Livdahl discusses the regulatory landscape that’s frustrating foreign law firms in China, while Chinese firms thrive overseas.

13 September, 2016

Xi’s remarks during G20 of protectionist “backwardness” contrast with three-fourths of AmCham China member companies who reported feeling less welcome in China.