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November,  2016

China Automotive Industry Outbound Investment Report 2016
In the "China Automotive Industry Outbound Investment Report 2016", Deloitte looks into past three years' automotive industry outbound investment cases and analyzes the key drivers behind those investments. Then, summarizes the primary chal (...)
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China and SAE Issue Roadmap to Fast Track Autonomous Vehicles
The Chinese government and Society of Automotive Engineers of China have issued a roadmap through 2030 that could have semi- or fully autonomous vehicles on sale as early as 2021.The 450-page plan that was issued by the SAEC lays out a ro (...)
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China Automotive Industry Risk Study
Enhance auto dealership's capability to survive in L-shaped economy.China Automotive Industry Risk Study: Enhance auto dealership's capability to survive in L-shaped economy is designed to understand the current operation and development (...)
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China embraces hybrid cars in pivot from plug-in only path
China’s government is pivoting after years of promoting plug-in vehicles, elevating the importance of conventional hybrids and setting its first sales targets for the segment in a move that could benefit Toyota Motor Corp. and suppliers like Hunan (...)
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How China’s Auto Sales Impact Iron Ore Miners
China’s automobile sales.The automotive industry is the second-largest steel consumer after the real estate sector. In this part of our series on iron ore in 2016, we’ll look at the recent trend in the Chinese automotive indust (...)
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Autos/Trucks: China Vehicle Demand Continues to Outperform Expectations
China auto demand rose 27% yoy, benefitting from easy comps and likely pre-buy with government incentives set to expire at the end of 2016. Given this backdrop, OEMs are increasing production and Q3 likely finishes +30-35% (versus consensus +16%). Ev (...)
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China’s transformation and integration with the world economy: Opportunities for Chinese and foreign businesses
Second report of the 13th Five-Year Plan report series.China’s 13th Five-Year Plan (FYP) has the potential to usher in a golden age of inbound and outbound investment activity through the implementation of an ambitious and comprehensive (...)
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Can the EU afford to block China’s business openings to Europe by denying her the ‘market economy status’?
The way Wallonia, Belgium’s French speaking region approved CETA – the comprehensive economic and trade agreement between the EU and Canada – is a rather dark landmark. In the future, Europe’s trade and otherwise relations with foreign countr (...)
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Germany gets tough on Chinese takeovers
Alarmed by a raft of Chinese takeovers, Germany is putting the brakes on the Asian giant's shopping spree as it sends out the message that not everything is for sale -- at the risk of antagonising Beijing.The more assertive noises coming (...)
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Establishing an “In-House Bank” under Hong Kong’s Corporate Treasury Centre policy to improve global competitiveness
On 9th September, a week before the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Hong Kong Government Inland Revenue Department (IRD) announced the detail rules of the new Corporate Treasury Centre (CTC) Policy in the form of Practice Notes. This is a very positive and (...)
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From factory to laboratory: can China become ‘leader not follower’ in innovation?
Despite increases in innovation, China’s companies are still playing catch up with international counterparts.Shanghai biotech firm founder Wen Danyi has good reason to be confident about her company’s prospects.Wen and he (...)
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China Manufacturing and How to Prevent Quality Problems
Our China lawyers have been getting an uptick in calls from foreign companies help on quality control problems with their China manufacturers. We usually tell them there is little we can do to help with the quality problem that necessitated their cal (...)
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IP Protection in China Is Finally Changing. Or So It Seems
New laws, new courts—but only time will tell.One of the stranger situations Michelle Lee, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, has ever confronted involved an Apple (...)
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World Intellectual Property Organization develops Chinese-English translation tool
The World Intellectual Property Organization has reportedly upgraded its technology, creating an intelligent automatic translation tool which can better help people read patent applications from China.It's said to be an upgraded version o (...)
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China and the First to Market Fallacy
When we recommend to our clients that they take advance steps to protect their product from being copied in China, they often push back by using the first to market” argument. Their argument goes like this: you lawyers just don’t understand the m (...)
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Does China deserve a reputation as the land of copycats?
The case of the Scottish wave energy firm Pelamis is the latest to raise questions about China and intellectual property.It was once renowned as the home of the four great inventions: paper, gunpowder, printing and the compass. These days (...)
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China’s cyber and trade war has US firms, national security in crosshairs
As we witness the home stretch of the presidential election with candidate debates, campaign stops, and political ads, both parties have an opportunity to talk substantively about a serious trade issue — ongoing efforts by China to hack and steal i (...)
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How China is fast narrowing the technology gap with the West
China recently scored impressive breakthroughs in science and technology (S&T). These include a gigantic 500m-aperture spherical telescope, the launch of the world's first hacker-proof quantum satellite and the world's fastest computer - the new (...)
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Competition for white-collar jobs eases in China and wages continue to rise in third quarter
Jobseekers enjoy more vacancies as employers increase hiring while experienced workers hold on to their jobs ahead of year-end bonuses.Competition for white-collar jobs eased in the mainland while average salaries continued to rise in the (...)
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Hong Kong unions slam proposal to raise minimum wage by just HK$2 to HK$34.50 per hour
The proposed increase of 6.15 per cent is the lowest since minimum wage mechanism came into effect; employers wanted the rate to be frozen.Labour unions were up in arms after it emerged on Friday that Hong Kong’s minimum wage could be r (...)
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China's New Silk Road Could Re-Ignite Global Economic Growth
SummaryCurrent global economic activity is driven by three main economic poles. Interaction with these poles is mainly facilitated by geographical proximity to them, or proximity to coastal areas.China's new silk road i (...)
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Chinese products will no longer be cheaper now
To understand why, consider the dilemma facing Jiangmen Luck Tissue Mfy Ltd., now caught in a squeeze between surging wages and tepid demand.China’s factories may be on the cusp of delivering a new shock to the global economy after year (...)
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China Can Resist a Crash But Can’t Prevent One
After many years of 7- to 10-percent growth, economies tend to overheat, creating bubbles that burst. That’s what happened to South Korea and Japan in the 1980s and 1990s. But China’s economy keeps plugging along (though probably not at its publi (...)
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China, the Renminbi and Liquidity Management
China officially the People's Republic of China (PRC), is a sovereign state located in East Asia, with a population of over 1.35 billion. According to the IMF, China's annual average GDP growth between 2001 and 2010 was 10.5%. Between 2007 and 2011, (...)
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No, China is not the ‘next Japan’
Recently, many observers have been drawing parallels between China today and Japan in the late 1980s – just before its "lost decade", where the country experienced 10 years of secular stagnation.Indeed, the macroeconomic commo (...)
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Navigating the Digital Marketing Landscape in China
Venturing into the digital landscape in China is one of the most fascinating and unique propositions for savvy marketers. It’s a huge market with over 710 million internet users, according to China Internet Network Information Center—more than do (...)
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China anticipates booming job market in 2016
China's slowing economy has not dampened the country's job market. Over 10 million new jobs were created in the first three quarters of 2016, with an unemployment rate of 4.04 percent, while several regions have raised the local minimum wage, People' (...)
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Robot replaces man: Made in China 2025
China has become an important testing ground for an emerging paradigm of capitalist production that has been promoted under catchwords like intelligent manufacturing, digital production or industry 4.0. In 2015, the government presented a masterplan (...)
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SAT’s new rules on advance pricing arrangements reflect its new thinking on tax administration
On 11 October 2016, the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) issued the Public Notice on Matters Regarding Refining the Administration of Advance Pricing Arrangements (SAT Public Notice [2016] No. 64, hereinafter referred to as Public Notice 64” (...)
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