Azure Group China provides clients with detailed and reliable industry advice, to help you deal with the various challenges that you may encounter in the Chinese market.

China is increasingly growing as it evolves from an export-oriented economy into a consumption-driven economy. China has a wealth of investment opportunities and many growing industries.

China has taken several major steps to open its doors wider to foreign investors since 2020, implementing the Foreign Investment Law, trimming the Negative List for foreign investment, and easing foreign access to financial markets. China will continue its reform and opening-up policy, gradually loosening restrictions on foreign investment and foster a more enabling investment environment for foreign enterprises.

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The Chinese high-tech industry is going through a rapid growth period. The Chinese Government has launched multiple measures to encourage foreign investment in the high-tech sector.
China is the world’s largest manufacturer, often referred to as ‘the world’s factory’. China has become a preferred destination for the relocation of many global manufacturing facilities.
China is the second-largest Food and Beverage (“F&B”) economy on a global scale. Innovation in the F&B is becoming more important with new products, new packaging, new channels, and vibrant ways of marketing, capturing consumers' attention.
The movement of Chinese education policies in recent years has greatly affected the stability of the education sector. Azure Group China is here to help you understand the latest regulatory policies and trends, and help you avoid possible business risks from the changing environment in this industry.
China’s services industry continues to play an increasingly prominent role in its economic growth – as an inevitable consequence of the country’s upwards shift in the value chain.
The culture, sports and entertainment industries continue to develop quickly with the increase in disposable income of Chinese residents.
China is the largest e-commerce market in the world and is larger than Europe and the United States’ e-commerce markets combined.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have played an important role in the fields of economy, disaster relief, education, health, and environmental protection. In China, NGOs are subject to increasingly stringent regulations and compliance requirements.
Different sectors of the healthcare industry are growing at a rapid pace in. Urbanization, an ageing population, a continuous rise in wages and living standards for Chinese citizens, as well as more innovation in high-tech and broader access to healthcare is contributing to the creation of an interesting market for foreign investors.
The Property and Construction industry has kept a stable profit margin growth in recent years due to a great demand for urban housing construction, urban infrastructure, and commercial facility construction.

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