Tag: china

Horizons teams ups with Italy’s AICEC to share and develop effective strategies for the Chinese market

Horizons Corporate Advisory has recently participated in Missione in Cina: Commercialisti e imprese verso i mercati esteri (Delegation in China: Chartered Accountants and Companies Facing Foreign Markets), a multicity event presented by Italy’s AICEC – the Italian Professional Association of Chartered Accountants. The roadshow event included agendas delivered in Italy a few months back and…

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China work visa: what foreign workers need to know about legal employment in China

As of 2019, there are an estimated one-million foreigners working in China. For many foreigners, working in China offers multiple opportunities to expand one’s career, learn Mandarin and acquire valuable cross-cultural skills. While there are numerous work opportunities in China, many foreigners express difficulties and uncertainties in navigating the work visa application process, including the…

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China Foreign Investment Law: important changes to take effect in January

From the 1 January 2020, Foreign Investment Law of the People's Republic of China (“FIL”) becomes effective. The FIL adopted at the Second Session of the Thirteenth National People's Congress marks a significant era for foreign investment in China and many foreign entities will be affected by the FIL. In this two-part series, we analysis…

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Investing in China: Q&A guide for navigating the Negative List for foreign investors

The Special Administrative Measures for Access of Foreign Investment (Negative List) (2019) (the “Negative List”) promulgated by National Development Reform Commission and Ministry of Commerce went into effect 30 July 2019. The Negative List is revised on a yearly basis to establish the industries in which foreign investment is prohibited or that foreign investors can only take…

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AUCL: Understanding China’s anti-unfair competition law and its impact on your business

In the market environment, businesses often compete against one another to offer quality services and goods to be consumed. Healthy competition can incentivise businesses to create distinctive services and goods to obtain consumer loyalty, which, overall, may assist in market and economic development. However, dishonest and fraudulent competition in trade and commerce can economically harm…

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