"New Normal" Brings New Optimism to China's Economy China Factors - A Guide for Investing in China

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"New Normal" Brings New Optimism to China's Economy

China Factors - A Guide for Investing in China

Deloitte Global Chinese Services Group (GCSG) and Deloitte Research have co-published the China Factors—A Guide for Investing in China, a brochure of China inbound investment. In this new edition of 2016, we delves deeper into the local market landscape, offering constructive guidance and referential information for potential foreign investment.

According to the brochure, China’s economy has entered a new stage—“New Normal.”, but there are grounds for optimism for many industries in China and for outbound investment as the government supports a shift toward a service-driven economy and encourages companies to move up the value chain.

Overview
The brochure analyzes the current economic situation and environment in China and accordingly predicts the future development and direction of economy.

Industry Overview & Segmentation
The brochure sheds light on several key industries, which represent China's economic pillars and provide foreign investors with substantive business opportunities.

Key sectors covered

  • Smart Manufacturing
  • Automotive
  • Information Technology
  • Express Delivery
  • Pharmaceutical & Healthcare
  • Retail

Implication for Setting up Business in China from the tax & legal perspective
The brochure briefly covers tax issues that are relevant to cross-border transactions in China, as well as preferential tax treatments under the Enterprise Income Tax Law.

Regional Snapshot
The brochure provides snapshot summaries of the local economic and investment environments in major cities and regions in China.

Major cities and regions in China

  • Beijing
  • Heilongjiang
  • Shanghai
  • Sichuan
  • Tianjin
  • Shandong
  • Jiangsu
  • Chongqing
  • Liaoning
  • Zhejiang
  • Hubei
  • Guangdong
  • Fujian

We hope you find this publication a useful guide for foreign investors to make the next bold move in China.

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