China is set on securing its place in the global hierarchy as it transitions from an economy dominated by manufacturing and exports to one led by technology and services. Against the backdrop of the 20th CPC National Congress, the country will continue to focus on socio-economic reform and re-emphasising its long-term political and regulatory priorities. The Two Sessions concluded in March just bought in a policy framework that China will take throughout the year.
For foreign businesses operating in the country, China is still an opportunity, but the rules of the game have changed forever. The evolving risk landscape poses challenges in understanding the business environment, especially for global headquarters under the tight restrictions on international travel. Reducing the perception gap between the local and the global is important to make your China strategy prosper in the new era.
During this session, Control Risks experts will share observations of the key trends in 2022 for the China market and provide suggestions on how to bridge local-global understanding differences through effective communication.