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An Assessment of the Investment Climate in China: Key Indicator Analysis report serves as a reference for foreign companies when making investment decisions, is the aggregated results of China's investment climate survey conducted by TEEMA (Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association).

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Amid the economic slowdown in Europe and North America, China - though still growing upwards in 2013 - is facing headwinds in the wake of rising labor and land costs. Coupled with China's fast-changing policy, laws and environments pertaining to foreign investment, it is getting tougher for foreign companies to invest and doing business in China. This report “An Assessment of the Investment Climate in China: Key Indicator Analysis" - http://www.sandlerresearch.org/an-assessment-of-the-investment-climate-in-china-key-indicator-analysis.html, serving as a reference for foreign companies when making investment decisions, is the aggregated results of China's investment climate survey conducted by TEEMA (Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association) and key indicators in the economic and political aspects are addressed and examined. This report also includes Taiwanese businesspeople's comments and suggestions on how to invest in China.

Table of Contents
List of Topics
Part 1 Current Status and Future Development of Global Economy

Chapter 1 Paradigm Shifts Observed by TEEMA

1.1 Paradigm Shifts
1.1.1 Paradigm Shift 1: from investment-led to domestic need-led
1.1.2 Paradigm Shift 2: from labor-intensive to intelligence-intensive
1.1.3 Paradigm Shift 3: from city-oriented to region-oriented
1.1.4 Paradigm Shift 4: from manufacturing to innovation

Chapter 2 Global Economic Development Outlook and Trends
2.1 Global New Economic Development
2.2 Economic Forecasts of Worldwide Research Organizations
2.3 Shifts in Economic Development Trends
2.3.1 Trend 1: transition from the West to the East
2.3.2 Trend 2: transition from developed markets to emerging markets
2.3.3 Trend 3: transition from Washington consensus to Beijing consensus
2.3.4 Trend 4: transition from back-to-Asia to rebalanced Asia
2.3.5 Trend 5: from unilateral trade agreement to regional trade alliance
Part 2 The Outlook for Political and Economic Reform Under the Xi Jinping - Li Keqiang Administration

Chapter 3 China's New Political and Economic Vision Under the Xi – Li Administration
3.1The Reforms Introduced by the Xi - Li Administration Will Usher in a New Era for China
3.1.1Eight Rules
3.1.2Ten Prohibitions
3.1.3Working to upgrade China's economic development model
3.1.4The Central Economic Work Conference
3.1.5Clean Government
3.1.6 The Three Public Expenditures
3.2 A New Vision for Realizing the Chinese Dream
3.2.1 Ensuring economic stability: Maintaining steady growth, controlling inflation and risk
3.2.2 Transforming the fundamentals of China's economy: Restructuring, upgrading, and creating new opportunities
3.2.3 Drawing up the plans for a "Beautiful China": Idealism, careful roadmap formulation, and creation of a new environment
3.3 "Likonomics" Leads the Way towards a Transformation of the Chinese Economy
3.3.1 The Background to Likonomics
3.3.2 The three pillars of Likonomics
3.3.2.1 No stimulus
3.3.2.2 Deleveraging
3.3.2.3 Structural Reform
3.3.3The three key features of Likonomics

Chapter 4 The New Challenges that will Affect the Xi - Li Administration's Reform Program
4.1 Analysis of the 16 Major Challenges Relating to the Xi - Li Reforms
4.1.1 Political Challenges
4.1.2.Economic Development Challenges
4.1.3. Social Challenges
4.1.4Technological and Environmental Challenges

Chapter 5 New Business Opportunities Created by the Dividends from the Xi - Li Reforms in China

Chapter 6The Chinese Economy in 2013, and the Near-term Outlook

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Chapter 7 The Political and Economic Environment in China in 2013, and the Key Challenges

Chapter 8 China's Economy and Foreign Trade in 2013 & Risks and Problems

Chapter 9 New Investment Districts and New Administration in China in 2013

Part 4 Chinese City Rankings
Chapter 10 Structure of 2013 TEEMA Report
Chapter 11 Evaluation of Chinese City Competitiveness
Chapter 12 Chinese Investment Environment
Chapter 13 Investment Risks in China
Chapter 14 Degree of Recommendation by Taiwanese Businesspeople in China

Part 4 New Competitiveness Ranking of Chinese Cities
Chapter 15 TEEMA's Survey of the Overall Competitiveness of Chinese Cities
Chapter 16 Top Ten Best Cities by Single Indicator in 2013
Chapter 17 China's Regional Development Potential in 2013

Part 5 Conclusions of 2013 TEEMA Report
Chapter 18 Important Trends and Discoveries in 2013
List of Tables
List of Figures
Appendix
Glossary of Terms
List of Companies

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