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China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone

Dawn of a New Era

Free Trade Pilot AreaThe China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone ("China (Shanghai) Pilot FTZ") is officially launched on 29 September 2013. The China (Shanghai) Pilot FTZ pioneers an unprecedented degree of openness in relation to foreign investment and international trade in both goods and services, with the objective of promoting and leading the development of an open Chinese economy.

Deloitte assists investors in understanding how the China (Shanghai) Pilot FTZ may be useful in your business, and helps you in identifying and seizing emerging opportunities.

Please find more information in our materials below or contact us for discussion:

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Business Regulation and Tax Newsflash

Brief and timely updates on the latest business and tax developments of the China (Shanghai) Pilot FTZ. Read the latest Issue 15 published on 4 July 2014 or check out previous issues.


Deloitte offers English versions of all regulations concerning the China (Shanghai) Pilot FTZ. Download the bilingual Framework Plan, Negative List (2014 Amended Version), or check out Circulars and Bulletins of the State Council, the Shanghai Municipal People's Government and various Ministries and Commissions.

Business Regulation and Tax Analysis

In-depth analysis of recent business and tax developments of the China (Shanghai) Pilot FTZ. Read the 27 September 2013 issue and stay tuned for more.


A one-page summary of all you need to know about the China (Shanghai) Pilot FTZ. Download the October 2013 version or check out archived copies.


Dbriefs webcasts

Bilingual webcasts addressing the latest developments of the China (Shanghai) Pilot FTZ. View the session on 24 October 2014 or click to view other archived sessions.


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