From December 1, 2020, China’s Export Control Law will mandate Chinese exporters of sensitive materials and technologies as well as their foreign customers to satisfy compliance or get penalized.
China’s e-deregistration procedure simplifies the market exit process for firms but comes with legal risks that should be comprehensively assessed.
We explain why setting up a branch office in Beijing is the best option for companies not registered in the city to meet the new social insurance compliance standards.
IT compliance in China is complex and often requires foreign companies to invest in a localized IT setup.
Hainan has serious intentions to develop its medical tourism zone and improve market access for foreign individual, institutional, and domestic investors.
China’s new reform to strengthen the government’s capacity to address FIE complaints came into effect October 1, 2020.
China’s market regulator has released draft provisions on establishing trade secrets’ protection in the country and penalties for infringement.
China’s Civil Code will come into effect January 1, 2021 and contains legal provisions that apply to businesses in the e-commerce segment.