Trade

Trade issues.

08 November, 2017

The government has recently taken steps to curb “professional complainers” that seek out defective products for compensation, but they are likely to remain a problem for many years to come.

23 August, 2017

Shandong Vice Governor Ren Airong and a delegation from the Department of Commerce of Shandong province met in Beijing with members of the AmCham China Board of Governors and other senior members to discuss the upcoming Strategic Dialogue.

05 August, 2017

Jeffrey Towson, Professor of Investment at Peking University, shares five questions (and answers) he believes are important to understand as China's bike-sharing phenomenon moves into a new phase of development.

28 July, 2017

Few people could have envisaged what the Belt and Road Initiative entailed when the concept was proposed back in 2013. Four years later, companies have an opportunity to be a part of the development plan, but need a strategy to handle the risks.

19 July, 2017

US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross heralded the 100-day deal as a “Herculean accomplishment.” If progress on the rest of the economic relationship follows the arc of the Greek myth, however, then the most difficult tasks are still to follow.

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.

05 January, 2017

Brunswick's latest research on perceptions of outbound FDI highlight challenges and opportunities for businesses in China and in the West

01 August, 2016

Did you see the anti-TPP signs at the Democratic National Convention? Yale Professor of international economics Peter Schott provides an economist's perspective on TPP.

20 July, 2016

The Chinese government has changed course in its cross-border e-commerce policies. Why has it done so and what are the devastating short-term consequences?

25 January, 2016

As part of the “Asia in Focus” series leading up to the 2016 APCAC Business Conference, Overby shares her views on the impact of TPP on China, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam and Malaysia.