In 2000, the Chinese government amended the relevant laws and regulations related to investment by foreign companies, removing the restriction on the domestic sales ratio of the products produced by f...
According to the Measures for the Administration of Foreign Investment in Commercial Sector, foreign investors may establish distribution companies in the form of wholly foreign-owned operation, Chine...
On 6 February 2007, the State Council promulgated the Regulation on the Administration of Commercial Franchises for implementation on 1 May. In a bid to ensure the full implementation of the Regulatio...
Under CEPA, Hong Kong permanent residents with Chinese citizenship are allowed to set up individually-owned businesses in the Chinese mainland without being subject to foreign investment approval proc...
A Vietnamese is online on social media for 2.3 hours/day on average.
A Singaporean stays on social media for 1.6 hours/day on average, a number similar to that in Hong Kong.
With Filipinos the world's biggest Facebook fans, they spend 3.7 hours/day on social media on average, much higher than other ASEAN countries.
An Indonesian spends 2.9 hours/day on social media on average, much higher than Hong Kong.
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