Reform

Latest reform news.

13 June, 2016

It might sound crazy, but 20 percent of member companies say they positively benefit from China's Web restrictions. Find out which sectors make up this interesting minority.

19 May, 2016

APCO's Olalla Pruneda and Kelly Gao parse through the healthcare implications of the 13th Five-Year Plan. Foreign healthcare companies will come up against regulatory hurdles and tougher competition.

02 March, 2016

It is important for a business or investor with China interests to have an understanding of the 13th Five Year Plan and how it underpins strategy and alignment to government policy over the forthcoming period.

30 October, 2015

Chen Jian says that in the long run, nobody doubts that ad hoc arbitration will be recognized by the legislature someday. The question is when.

25 August, 2015

The latest in the “China Reform Series” dug deeper into key areas of financial sector reform, including interest rate and exchange rate liberalization, capital account opening, and capital market deepening.

15 July, 2015

As the Chinese economy has slowed for the fourth straight year, party officials and international economic analysts are adjusting their policies and future projections to cope with the transition.

10 July, 2015

AmCham China is dedicated not only to helping its members resolve questions within the workplace, but also with daily life abroad as well.

06 July, 2015

The “APEC Blue” skies of last November have come and gone, but the progress made on visa reforms during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meetings will have a strong and lasting impact on both countries economically and culturally.

22 May, 2015

On May 19, AmCham China launched the China Reform Series which brings together AmCham China members and experts on a quarterly basis to discuss government reform policies.

15 April, 2015

A majority of experts agree that the draft Foreign Investment Law, as a whole, is more in line with the international regulatory practices of foreign investment, but it still has a long way to go before it becomes effective.