Our collection of resources based on what we have learned on the ground
China is home to one-fifth of the world’s population. In 2007, the country consumed about 2.7 billion tons of standard coal equivalent and emitted about 7.5 gigatons of greenhouse gases, surpassing the United States as the world’s top emitter.
After decades of breakneck economic growth, China has made it a priority to develop a green, low-carbon, and circular economy in the next decades.
China’s transition to a green, low-carbon, and circular economy is an immense task but also opens the door for new opportunities, which is in line with current effective Catalogue of Encouraged Industries for Foreign Investment - around 100 items fall into the scope of green industries.
In this webinar, Ines Liu, International Business Advisory Manager in Beijing, will provide an overview of China’s plans and paths for transforming to a green economy and explain how such plans would be relevant to foreign investment.
- Overview on China’s Green and Low-Carbon Plan
- Implications on Foreign Investment
- How to Prepare for Green Compliance in China
< BACK TO LIBRARY
Subscribe to receive latest insights directly to your inboxSubscribe Now