The past decade has been outstanding for China’s development. It is the second most powerful economy globally. Xi Jing Ping, president of the People’s Republic of China, has conducted a strong diplomacy strategy by visiting over 30 countries in less than five years. His trips included visiting major powers such as the United Kingdom and the United States of America, as well as several developing countries in Africa where he extended win-win investments. This strong signal is to inform the world that china is open now more than ever to the international community and is more welcoming to foreign businesses. Internal processes are continually implemented to improve the economy in the country. China has revamped its image and raised standards in many arenas including shifting away from a country that provides cheap labor and low quality production of products. There is more focus in areas such as information technology, telecommunication, agriculture, manufacturing and so on. These factors lead to high expectations for its economy in the coming years. Immense strides have been made towards the improvement of the judicial system and ensure the safety of foreign investments. The president has created several campaigns to fight against corruption since being elected to office. Conducting business in China has become safer and easier for international companies compared to the previous decade. One of such direction towards presenting the country as approachable not only legally but politically as well, has been making amends with several supposed “enemy” neighboring nations in the region over the past year. Countries such as Taiwan, with whom any type of official relationship had been drastically reduced for six decades reconciled last November in Singapore with a handshake from both presidents. While major news outlets provide a pessimistic view of the country’s economy due to its reduced growth within the past three years, there are signs that China is slowing down to avoid a growth trap; therefore important reforms are ahead. Although China has the second powerful economy in the world, it’s still a developing nation with multiple opportunities for businesses.