China’s urbanization will provide “sustainable investment” and become a key factor in bolstering the country’s growth during the coming five years […]
Shanghai Expats are feeling a bit language-challenged in Shanghai’s taxis, buses and shopping venues, according to a report released recently.
More than half of government-subsidized student business companies were scored as “mediocre” or even “bad-performing” after years of operation, according to an report released recently at the Shanghai Entrepreneurship Week […]
Foreigners and overseas Chinese who hold a Shanghai residence card and stay in a work contract with a Shanghai employer can now enjoy the city’s social security and benefits, just as their local counterparts do: The Shanghai Human Resources and Social Security Bureau has put up a notice on its Website, stating that the policy has been in effect since October 10, 2009 […]
The more than 4 million Chinese families with million dollar assets in 2008 will reach 7.8 million in 2013, according to a new report by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) published recently […]
Shanghai is looking to get rid of poorly translated English signs as it readies to welcome 4 million foreign visitors to next year’s World Expo.
Annual disposable income for residents in Shanghai during the first three quarters of this year reached 21,871 yuan (US$3,200) per person, which is 8 percent more than last year, according to latest figures from the Shanghai Statistics Bureau […]
Some Chinese who were educated abroad are coming home to try to better the country’s villages and cities […]
Shanghai is set to be among the first to implement a pilot program to settle overseas trade using the Chinese RMB yuan to consolidate its international financial hub position, the Shanghai Financial Services Office said recently. Using the yuan as a settlement currency for international trade is a step forward to internationalizing the currency and will also boost Shanghai as an international financial hub. The city is a magnet for overseas financial players, home to the China headquarters of giants such as HSBC and Citigroup. The city also holds the mainland’s bigger stock market, biggest futures market, gold, currency and interbank markets…