In recent years, the government has introduced a number of policies and reforms to improve investment conditions and the ease of doing business in China, according to an article from China Briefing. The article overlooks regulatory trajectory that competitive foreign investors can manage to their benefit.
The government’s new Cybersecurity Law, and its data localization requirements, caused some foreign investors to lose confidence in China. New processes for business registration and work permits have frustrated China-based expats that are used to the status quo. Within the larger reform trajectory, however, constructive observers find more practical reforms designed to help the country transition from an economy driven by heavy manufacturing, to one led by technology and innovation.
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