According to a government filing this week (via The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg), a Sony-affiliated factory in Shanghai's new free-trade zone plans to start packaging PlayStation consoles starting in December. The facility is reportedly capable of handling 200,000 units per year.
A spokesperson for Sony confirmed that the 200,000 figure "doesn't represent an actual business plan." The representative added that this figure could sway in response to other factors such as the number of games Sony can sell in China.
Consoles were banned in China in 2000, with government officials citing the detrimental effect they could have on the physical and psychological development of children. This ban was lifted in September 2013, and the Xbox One was the first console to launch in the market following the news.