The US and European Union have long complained about China’s unfair treatment of foreign firms operating in the country. Photo: Reuters

China’s new law aimed at equal market treatment draws scepticism from observers

  • Observers are sceptical whether a new law aimed at levelling the playing field for foreign firms operating in China will be successfully implemented
  • The law is China’s latest effort to demonstrate its commitment to opening up market access amid a trade war with the United States
Topic |   China economy

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The US and European Union have long complained about China’s unfair treatment of foreign firms operating in the country. Photo: Reuters
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Amanda Lee

Amanda Lee

Beijing-based correspondent Amanda Lee covers markets and the economy for the Post, with an interest in China's economic and social landscape. A graduate of the London School of Economics, she joined the Post in 2017 and has previously worked for Thomson Reuters and Forbes.

Orange Wang

Orange Wang

Orange Wang covers the Chinese macroeconomy, and has many years of experience with China's monetary and fiscal policy moves. He also covered global market and financial news for a long time, with a particular focus on new technologies and their influences on economic growth and society. Before joining the South China Morning Post, Orange worked as a Shanghai Correspondent for ET Net, a Hong Kong financial news agency.