Updates on China’s Foreign Investment Administration Reform
Starting from October 2016, foreign-invested enterprises (FIEs) in China that do not require special administrative measures for market access can register and report company information changes through a filing process, instead of the case-by-case approval process used in the past.
The reform aims to reduce the administrative burdens for FIEs in China and make the registration and reporting system more efficient.
China has now extended this foreign investment administration reform throughout the country, following its pilot reform carried out first in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone (“FTZ”) in October 2013, and three other FTZs in Tianjin, Guangdong and Fujian in May 2015. Continue to read the full article here>
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