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China – Beijing fully adopts new methods to calculate disability fund contributions


As a direct result of the issuance of Circular 72 on September 8th 2015 Beijing is the first city to fully adopt a new method for calculating a company’s contribution to the disabled persons’ employment security fund. The 2015 rules became effective in Beijing on January 1st 2016 and are expected to eventually be expanded to and fully implemented in other parts of the country which are currently still using the 1995 rules or have implemented the new calculation method but established an upper limit on the disability fund calculation base.



Enough Monkeying Around

Author: Gina Miller

What a year it's been: Britain in Hong Kong reviews the highs and lows of 2016, and looks forward to brighter – if no less controversial – days in 2017.



Report: Renminbi Ascending - the Atlantic Council, Thomson Reuters, the City of London Corporation and Standard Chartered

Author: The Atlantic Council, Thomson Reuters, the City of London Corporation and Standard Chartered

Three decades of double-digit growth, fueled by strong exports and high government investment, have transformed China into the world’s leading trading nation and second largest economy. By some accounts, it will surpass the United States to become the world’s largest economy by as early as 2022.

Download the new report “Renminbi Ascending” by the Atlantic Council, Thomson Reuters, the City of London Corporation and Standard Chartered to find out more about this changing landscape. And watch our exclusive video in which David Craig, President of the Financial and Risk business, Thomson Reuters, speaks to Dr. Chris Brummer, C. Boyden Gray Fellow at the Atlantic Council and author of the report, about the challenges and opportunities arising from the internationalization of China’s currency, asking: “What will this multi-polar world look like in 5 years time?”

Some of the highlights of the report include in depth analysis of:

  • The Currency Internationalization Process—And What Makes China Different
  • The impact RMB internationalization will have on the global financial system
  • Areas of reform needed to move the process forward in a stable way

Download the report and watch our exclusive video to gain essential insights into how China is blazing its own trail to currency internationalization.




DHL Air Trade Leading Index (DTI) Report - Q3 2015

Author: DHL Express (Hong Kong) Ltd



HKTDC Arbitration Study 2015

Author: KPMG Hong Kong

International Arbitration – Asia Pacific

KPMG Hong Kong is conducting a survey on international arbitration in the region. It is the first study of its type in the Asia Pacific and we invite all members with experience in international arbitration to take part. The study seeks to better understand the regional arbitration market and preferences for choice of seat. Click here to learn more or to complete the survey online. If you have any questions about this study, please contact Davyd Wong of KPMG Hong Kong at

Deadline: 15 July 2015



DHL Hong Kong Air Trade Leading Index (DTI) Report - Q1 2015

Author: DHL Express (Hong Kong) Ltd


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