China stocks show some volatility right now, but superinvestor Jim Rogers is not going to sell his shares in the Chinese economy now, he tells. China stocks might have been…
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China is the largest producer of rare earths for the high-tech industry, so using that position in the trade war with the US pops up regularly. But that weapon might hurt China more, warns financial analyst Sara Hsu in China US Focus.
Autonomous driving cars cause a range of issues, for example on collecting data to make them possible. Lawyer Mark Schaub looks at the legal issues when foreign companies have to send data to their headquarters outside China, for the China Law Insight.
China’s new foreign investment law will go in to practice on January 1, 2020, replacing three older laws. China veteran and lawyer Mark Schaub looks at the law in details, and sees improvements, he writes at the China Law Insight.
Protecting intellectual property is a main issue for foreign companies in China, and William Bao Bean, managing director of the Chinaccelator in Shanghai gives a few tips on how to avoid problems. First, run faster and execute better than your competitors, so they have no time to copy your IP. And, second, split up your intellectual property is several pieces, so there is not one key to your intellectual castle, he explains at China Canvas.
By blacklisting Huawei, the US started a new phase in the trade war, and China’s intention to blacklist US companies in retaliation does not really come as a surprise, says former US negotiator Harry Broadman to CNN Business.
Renowned investor Jim Rogers tells how he saw China change over de past decades, and how US states like California or Massachusetts are now more communist than capitalist China, he tells at Stansberry Research.
Globally cosmetic companies have been phasing out animal testing, but in China authorities sometimes still require those tests. Lawyer Mark Schaub looks at the dilemmas for international cosmetics, who face different requirements, and potential damage to their brand, at the China Law Insight.
Major industries like travel, retail, automotive, telecom and others see their traditional business models changing very fast. At Shanghai-based SOSV managing director William Bao Bean helps startups to make money in new ways, based on data, and capture fast emerging markets, he tells at the Phocuswright Europe conference in Amsterdam last week. Companies should not cling to melting margins, but identify where money can be made, he argues.