New Shanghai pilot free-trade-zone policies create favourable business environment
The Shanghai pilot free-trade zone (SHFTZ) was officially established on 29 September 2013. Its launch is set to bring great business opportunities for both foreign and domestic investors in relation to their inbound and outbound investments. The Chinese authorities have issued various regulations and rules to formulate the detailed policies to be applied in the SHFTZ. Minter Ellison discusses the key developments.
The core content of the innovation within the SHFTZ relates to reform in the financial area. We are pleased to see some of the long-awaited financial policies being tried and implemented in the SHFTZ…
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