Angola: China's Support Policies for Businesses Under COVID-19 - a Comprehensive List

To cushion the economic hit caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, China's central and local governments have been rolling out a series of supporting policies to shore up the confidence of businesses and ease some of their compliance burdens, besides ensuring steady medical supplies and daily necessities.

Here we provide a consolidated and updated list of all these policies, which include policies guiding businesses to resume production, measures to facilitate foreign trade, provision of tax and fee reductions and exemptions, financial support, social security benefits, energy cost reduction, and incentives for medical supply donations.

Businesses in China, including foreign-invested enterprises (FIEs), can leverage these special policies to overcome the difficulties caused by COVID-19.

You may navigate your way through the different government policies using the table of contents on the right (please note that some of the policies can be included in overlapping categories, so investors should check carefully).China Briefing

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