How to Read China’s Unwritten Rules and Regulations
By Viktar Fedaseyeu and Adam Yu
China relies on implicit regulations to encourage innovation while containing its potential risks. Firms doing business in China must embrace the nature of its regulatory culture.
China’s Tech Crackdown Could Give It an Edge
By Kevin Klyman
Analysts abroad assume China’s new regulations and restrictions on tech giants will destroy the industry. On the contrary, this is achieving several key goals for Beijing.
Western Investors Are Divided on Buying Chinese Assets, With Good Reason
By Sara Hsu
Two related issues are plaguing investors: debt risks for Chinese firms and the uncertainty as to if, when, and how China will regulate particular sectors.
China’s Tech Sector Regulations Are Costly But Not Shocking
By Sara Hsu
The flurry of tech industry regulations follows China’s typical pattern of regulatory crackdown on a sector that has been allowed to grow over time.
Why Did China Crack Down on Its Ed-Tech Industry?
By Lizzi C. Lee
Beijing’s latest move is a response to long-held public grievances about educational inequality and the resulting pressure to keep up.
China Targets the Private Tutoring Sector
By Eleanor Albert
New scrutiny on the tutoring industry comes amid a broader tightening of regulations in general.
The Long-Term Implications of Ant Group’s Delayed IPO
By Pan Yuanyuan
In the long run, the regulation of Ant Group will contribute to a more stable – and thus more favorable – business environment in China.