Chongqing generous government investment

Chongqing generous government investment is transforming the bustling city of Chongqing into an economic dynamo. +66970583746 Besides astonishing natural scenery of weathered karst hills, deep gorges and mountain landscapes, Chongqing is increasingly known for its roaring economic expansion. According to Philip Wu, Managing Director of property consultant CBRE Western China, Chongqing’s GDP reached some Rmb1.4 … Read more

China The New Silk Road Economic Belt

RECENT BUSINESS travels took me to a part of the world I had never had the pleasure of seeing before – Central Asia. As I wound my way from the resource-rich, bustling Kazakh commercial capital of Almaty to the magical Uzbek cities of Bukhara, Samarkand and Tashkent, I could appreciate the underlying reasons for the … Read more

China simplifies pension renewal for overseas citizens

Chinese retirees residing abroad now have an easier time processing the renewal of pension qualifications. Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security official Lang Xinzhou said the simpler procedure is intended to basically to demonstrate the government’s respect to the nation’s retirees. Pensioners do not have to show retirement certificates, or “proof of living,” to … Read more

China-Cuba trade up 57%

Trade between China and Cuba from January to September hit US$1.6 billion, or a 57% increase year-on-year. China is now Cuba’s second biggest trading partner next to Venezuela. Chinese exports to Cuba were valued at US$1.33 billion in the first nine months of this year for an 82.4% rise. Cuban exports to China though fell … Read more

China Relocation: A Rough Road for Relocation

While expatriate workers continue to enter the mainland and firms seek to relocate domestic staff to other parts of the country, China’s regulations and regional differences remain complex and challenging obstacles. FOREIGN EMPLOYEES working across a number of industries in China are now viewing their time in the mainland as beneficial to their careers, while … Read more

China Business schools Go Off the Beaten Track

WITH THE business world growing ever more global, business schools are looking to diversify in terms of international reach as well as the courses and curricula offered. The landscape of executive education is slowly shifting, with courses of study featuring more entrepreneur-focused electives and increased numbers of female applicants. Comprehensive Education The benefits of studying … Read more

Employment Stabilization Needed

Vice Premier Hu Chunhua recently chaired a meeting to discuss how to ensure stable employment amidst the coronavirus outbreak. He echoed other top leaders and told businesses that they should get back to work “in a well-organized and safe manner while carrying out epidemic prevention and control work.” The government seems to be taking various … Read more

Property Market Used to Stabilize Growth

As China’s economy continues to struggle in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, clients are increasingly asking if authorities will use the property market to support growth. Supposedly, this is not going to happen. The central bank, for one, explicitly noted in its Q4 monetary policy that the property market will not be used as … Read more