Multinational corporations in Shanghai have implemented contingency plans to maintain production as the city's authorities have introduced measures to help businesses in the city return to normal operations.
Global investment banks are pushing ahead with ambitious expansion plans in Shanghai despite a strict lockdown in China's financial capital, the Financial Times reported Friday.
China's new negative lists for foreign investment, taking effect on Jan 1, 2022, will open up the economy and promote high-quality economic development.
China's unwavering efforts to deepen reform and opening-up are set to provide more business opportunities to foreign investors and contribute further to world economic recovery, according to experts and business leaders.
The 2021 Shanghai Foreign Investment Guide is released in both Chinese and English.
Notice of the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone on the Application for Automatic Import Licenses
Operation Basis Foreign Trade Law of the People’s Republic of China, Regulation of the People’s Republic of China on the Administration of the Import and Export of Goods, and Measures for Administration of Automatic Import License of Goods
Notice of the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone on Automatic Import Licenses (Mechanical and Electronic Products) of the People's Republic of China
The Measures for Administration of the Import of Mechanical and Electronic Products, the Measures for Implementation of the Automatic Import License of Mechanical and Electronic Products, the Measures for Administration of Import of Specified Used Mechanical and Electronic Products