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Beijing Offers Up USD800 Million to Alleviate Poverty in China’s Poorest Regions

Beijing Offers Up USD800 Million to Alleviate Poverty in China’s Poorest Regions

Beijing plans to provide financial assistance worth CNY5 billion (USD800 million) to Tibet, Xinjiang and other impoverished regions in a…

Mar 12, 2018
Xu Wei
Shenzhen Stock Exchange GM Calls For Life Imprisonment for Stock Issuance Fraudsters

Shenzhen Stock Exchange GM Calls For Life Imprisonment for Stock Issuance Fraudsters

The general manager of Shenzhen Stock Exchange has called for fraud related to stock issuance to be punishable by life imprisonment in order to serve as a better deterrent against such behavior.

Mar 9, 2018
Liao Shumin
China’s Chemical Prices May Rise as Government Tightens Environmental Rules

China’s Chemical Prices May Rise as Government Tightens Environmental Rules

China is expected to see an increase in prices of chemical products as the government tightens its supervision of environmental…

Mar 7, 2018
Wang Shifeng
China Issues Preliminary Regulations for the Refund of Bike-Sharing Deposits

China Issues Preliminary Regulations for the Refund of Bike-Sharing Deposits

China has formulated preliminary supervisory regulations to redress the problem of the refund of security deposits for bike-sharing services, cnr.cn reported.

Mar 6, 2018
Xu Wei
China to Keep Pushing Financial Sector to Support Real Economy, Senior Official Says

China to Keep Pushing Financial Sector to Support Real Economy, Senior Official Says

China’s annual government report this year will stress that the financial sector continues to support the real economy, a senior…

Mar 5, 2018
Xu Yanyan
China to Cut Taxes by Over 800 Bln Yuan in 2018

China to Cut Taxes by Over 800 Bln Yuan in 2018

China will reduce taxes on businesses and individuals by more than 800 billion yuan (about 126 billion U.S. dollars) in 2018, Premier Li Keqiang said Monday.

Mar 5, 2018
Yicai Global
China Will Fix Financial Regulatory Reform After Two Sessions, Top Official Says

China Will Fix Financial Regulatory Reform After Two Sessions, Top Official Says

China will decided its financial regulatory reform after the National People’s Congress (NPC) and Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference…

Mar 2, 2018
Xu Yanyan
Hong Kong Rolls Out Tax Break to Steer Car Buyers Toward NEVs

Hong Kong Rolls Out Tax Break to Steer Car Buyers Toward NEVs

Hong Kong has unveiled a new tax exemption policy to drive up consumer demand for new-energy vehicles.

Mar 1, 2018
Liao Shumin
Taiwan Firms May Partake in SOE Reform via JVs, M&As and Reorganizations

Taiwan Firms May Partake in SOE Reform via JVs, M&As and Reorganizations

The Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council and the National Development and Reform Commission have issued their Measures on…

Feb 28, 2018
Liao Shumin
China Party for Public Interest Proposes Personal Income Tax Levied on Family Basis

China Party for Public Interest Proposes Personal Income Tax Levied on Family Basis

The China Party for Public Interest, one of the eight legally recognized political parties in the country, has proposed levying personal income tax on a household basis.

Feb 28, 2018
Xu Wei
 France’s Plans to Limit Foreign Farmland Buyers Could Dampen Chinese Firm’s Expansion Plans

France’s Plans to Limit Foreign Farmland Buyers Could Dampen Chinese Firm’s Expansion Plans

The French government’s plans to place tougher regulatory measures on foreign buyers of agricultural land in the country could adversely…

Feb 26, 2018
Xu Wei

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