Shanghai FTZ updates cause ripples rather than waves of interest

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Since the launch of the Shanghai free trade zone (FTZ) last September, a trickle of regulatory initiatives to support the opening up of the market has failed to attract a flood of attention.

Reports that China will open some telecoms sectors to foreign ownership in the Shanghai FTZ, for example, raised little more than a ripple of overseas investment interest, noted one expert in the media and telecoms industry.

俞卫锋 David
俞卫锋 David

“The value-added services being permitted to be wholly foreign owned are either low-margin businesses or businesses that operate in a highly competitive sub-sector in China,” Peter Schloss, a partner of Phoenix Media Fund and formerly a general counsel at Star TV and Tom.com, told China Business Law Journal. Schloss is also an editorial board member of the Journal.

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