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China's central government recently announced new measures to attract foreign investment. These measures cover policies related to market access, national treatment, data flows, and fiscal and tax support.
China's planning agency, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), along with several other agencies, has published 28 measures to bolster the private economy. This is part of the central government's effort to send a signal to boost market confidence.
In a paper published last week by the French Institute of International Relations, research fellow John Seaman argues that China's recent export controls on gallium and germanium may not have a big impact themselves, but they are "a shot across Washington’s bow and an invitation to consider the spiraling
China's southern city Shenzhen issued a new action plan to promote the use of domestic operating systems developed by Huawei, which is headquartered in the city.
Compared to the draft released in April, the final text further clarifies the scope of application and rules on foreign services.