Expanding into China

Expanding into China

Is your company seeking to expand – either organically or by acquisition – and create new business opportunities in China?

Is your company seeking to expand and create new business opportunities in China?

China’s transformation and integration with the world economy: Opportunities for Chinese and foreign businesses 

China’s 13th Five-Year Plan (FYP) has the potential to usher in a golden age of inbound and outbound investment activity through the implementation of an ambitious and comprehensive programme of reforms, presenting important new investment opportunities for Chinese and foreign businesses.

This report identifies potential investment opportunities under seven key development priorities in the 13th FYP period: developing an innovative economic structure and accelerating industrial upgrading; promoting industrial transformation; establishing a new model of coordinated regional development; advancing green development and putting ‘ecology first’; building a more inclusive society and improving quality of life; increasing openness and global integration; and deepening market-oriented reforms through progressive implementation of institutional reforms.

The report also highlights that supply-side structural reform is a key focus area in the 13th FYP. It has three major goals, all of which also hint at significant opportunity for investment: promoting the upgrading of industrial structures; strengthening market-oriented reforms in key sectors of the economy; and meeting the five targets of reducing industrial capacity, inventory, financial leverage and costs, and correcting structural shortcomings.

Expanding into China

China has its own complexities in relation to business operations, regulations and taxation. KPMG’s international team – based in Ireland and China – can help you quickly identify the key decisions to take to ensure that your business expands as smoothly and as profitably as possible.

We assist companies in leveraging the benefits of domestic and cross border mergers, acquisitions and other types of transactions, placing a strong emphasis on stakeholder value and identifying key risks and benefits early on. Working closely with both Irish companies and international businesses, we have developed extensive capabilities in the Chinese market and our industry knowledge and experience means we can help you manage the issues to your advantage.

Your local point of contact at KPMG in Ireland can link you to the China teams that can bring you insights and investment experience in China, and help your business succeed in the local marketplace.

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Barrie O'Connell, Partner, KPMG in Ireland

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