24th September 2018
LehmanBrown, a member of accountancy network MGI Worldwide in the MGI Asia region, has published a white paper to explain the ways in which access to the foreign investment market in China, is widening.
The People's Republic of China ("PRC") has released new Special Administrative Measures for Foreign Investment Access, which have widened market access for foreign investors from a range of sectors. The "negative list" - the areas in which foreign investors are forbidden from working - has been altered to create a more advantageous environment for businesses from overseas.
This is all detailed in a new white paper from Dickson Leung, a Senior Partner at MGI Asia member firm LehmanBrown.
In it, Mr Leung outlines the changes the PRC has made to the negative list, including lifting restrictions on foreign investment in certain areas such as coal exploration and exploitation, aircraft construction, and operation of the Chinese power grid. He also analyses what these changes mean to the country, as well as for companies looking to invest there.
Download the full paper HERE
LehmanBrown International Accountants is a member of MGI Asia with office locations in Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Tianjin across China. Mr Leung is a Senior Partner at the firm and also North Asia Circle Leader for MGI Asia. He has over 24 years China accounting and financial experience and the firm has been a member of MGI Worldwide for ten years.
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