Amended Regulations Could Open Telecoms Sector


The State Council of the PRC recently issued amendments to regulations covering the administration of Foreign-invested Telecommunications Enterprises (FITEs). While it is perceived that the regulations were amended in response to pressure to open China?s telecommunications sector to foreign investment, at this time it is not clear if the amendments will actually have that effect.

A key change made by these amendments is reducing the minimum registered capital requirement for foreign investors engaging in basic telecommunications services.

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