In the ebb and flow of global economics, nations constantly adapt their policies to maintain a competitive edge. China, sensing a decline in its pull for foreign investors, has responded with a robust series of measures to rejuvenate its appeal. As revealed by the State Council's circular on August 13, a comprehensive strategy with 24 policies spread across 6 pivotal areas is now in place. But what do these changes mean for international businesses eyeing the Chinese landscape?
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