China land ministry clarifies the mystery of how to deal with expired land use right

Finally, China Ministry of Land and Resources posted on its website yesterday a Q&A series in which the long-waited guideline on how to deal with land use rights that have expired in some cities in China.

Early this year, local government in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province was reported to be ready to collect renewal fee from people whose properties are sitting…

China to boost its property leasing market

As a way to rein in the wild-going property market in China, China State Cabinet in May of this year stepped up a new piece of notice telling its local counterparts to promote property leasing market to provide shelter for people who cannot afford to purchase properties.

I personally fully agree on the move which can be a successful way to tame the property market,…

International Trade Dispute Resolution in China: get affiliated companies to pay

A while ago, I wrote another post disclosing fraudulent international trade practice some Chinese exporters engage themselves in: Again, be aware and vigilant about who you are trading with in China.

So when you are deceived and caught in such fraud and you don’t want to just walk away bruised, you may have to think of a way to recover your loss. Here in…

New curbing measures send chill in Shanghai property market

Just the other day, on the night of November 28, Shanghai government has stepped up a few new measures to cool down the property market that has despised the previous two rounds of curbing measures in this year.

Basically, the new notice issued by Shanghai government says that

  1. families that purchase property in Shanghai for the first time (meaning having no other