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Day: July 21, 2021

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China Consulting

Tax incentives to attract talents to the GBA

The Chinese Government has linked the largest urban cities to develop the world’s biggest urban area, The Greater Bay Area (GBA). The cooperation between the 11 member cities aims to develop further and improve multiple sectors, including technology and innovation, infrastructures, and transportation networks, ultimately building job opportunities. However, alongside comes many challenges. One is attracting talent. Hence, the question arises, how does the government aim to attract this talent who will be the driving force of this ecosystem? In

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E-commerce in Hong Kong – a window for Mexico into China

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] CW was delighted to join the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (MexCham HK) and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) on 30 June to share the evolution of e-commerce in Hong Kong, bringing opportunities for Mexican producers to explore the Chinese market through Hong Kong online platforms. At the event, the president of MexCham HK, Ms. Susana Munoz, welcomed the audience on behalf of the chamber, followed by Miss. Charlotte Man,

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New normal
HR Process Outsourcing

Navigating in the New Normal – How could CW help

2020-2021 marks the end of the status quo for many companies, especially for the micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises.  Despite the economic impact of COVID-19, CW has always relied on the strong relationship with our clients and become their key business advisors, helping them to remain resilient in business. In summary, we have observed the following trends during the past year: Travel restrictions are forcing companies to accept remote work. As a result, a hybrid work model emerges as a

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shenzhen
Insights

Tax incentives to attract talents to the GBA

The Chinese Government has linked the largest urban cities to develop the world’s biggest urban area, The Greater Bay Area (GBA). The cooperation between the 11 member cities aims to develop further and improve multiple sectors, including technology and innovation, infrastructures, and transportation networks, ultimately building job opportunities. However, alongside comes many challenges. One is attracting talent. Hence, the question arises, how does the government aim to attract this talent who will be the driving force of this ecosystem? In

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