The plenary sessions approved recommendations for both the 14th Five Year Plan and longer-term strategic goals through to 2035. China’s leaders claim success in building a moderately prosperous society. Few details were announced but technological innovation and self-reliance is at the core of China’s 14th Five Year Plan.
China's newly launched dual circulation strategy reiterates the government’s determination to accelerate structural economic reform. It aims to boost China’s domestic circulation by stimulating the domestic market, which should be good news for foreign companies in China. Few details on the strategy have been released so far but more specifics are likely to emerge from the 19th CPC Central Committee in October.
Background The British chambers of commerce in China recently submitted evidence to the Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development […]
The Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) and the Møller Institute of Churchill College in the University of Cambridge […]
As HMA Dame Barbara Woodward’s term comes to a close, BritCham China is taking a look back at a few of her key achievements over the past five years.
Dame Barbara Woodward, outgoing Ambassador to China, has been announced as the United Kingdom’s new permanent representative to the United […]