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New Measures To Reduce Red Tape – Shanghai Daily

A highlight is that project units will no longer be required to provide duplicate documents that can be obtained by mutual recognition


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Shanghai municipality has issued new measures on the approval and filing of foreign investment projects, largely reducing the paperwork required and cutting red tape to streamline application procedures for foreign investors, Shanghai Daily reported.

A highlight is that project units will no longer be required to provide duplicate documents that can be obtained by mutual recognition and sharing of data via Government Online-Offline Shanghai.

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