Nigel Rowley, Managing Partner at London and Surrey full-service law firm Mackrell Turner Garrett, has visited a number of cities in China to talk with Senior Officials, and business delegates about the opportunities for doing business in the UK.
Chinese speaking students are to be placed with UK companies to help them break into the Chinese market or find new investment, Trade Minister Lord Livingston announced on 25 November 2014.
The GREAT Festival is a dynamic celebration of creativity in business, and the start of a new dialogue between global enterprises. The festival will take place from 2 to 4 March 2015 in Shanghai at Long Museum.
UK Visas & Immigration recently announced a new scheme which will simplify the process of inviting colleagues from Chinese companies to the UK.
This is the first time any UK region has taken a delegation to take part in the Great British Brands Festival because previous events in Beijing have only been open to companies already operating in the Chinese market.
A delegation of Manchester-based business representatives has recently launched the investment portfolio for the city-region to a Chinese audience of entrepreneurs and investors in Beijing.
London has become the world’s most expensive city for companies to locate employees, overtaking Hong Kong, according to Savills.
Britain to become the first western country to issue a bond in China’s currency, the renminbi (RMB, 人民币). The Chancellor announced Britain’s intention to become the first western country to issue a bond in China’s currency.
UK-China bilateral trade stood at just under $80 billion in 2013, and we are on track to reach our target of $100 billion by 2015.
It felt a little more like a goodbye speech from the founder as he moves on to become chairman. It was a speech that paved the way for Jonathan Lu to take over his position as Alibaba’s CEO.