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.
We address key concerns related to opening a bank account in China for newly formed companies amid tighter KYC scrutiny after COVID-19 and the travel ban.
China’s restrictions on foreign investment will be relaxed in more sectors with the 2020 Encouraged Catalogue. A draft seeking public opinion is out now.
Monitoring key performance indicators through sustainability reporting enables firms in China to stay accountable to staff, investors, and shareholders.
We explain some of the key steps and legal and technical security considerations for employers in China when executing their electronic labor contracts.
China Briefing explains the different types of company chops in China, which are essential for business operations, and the need for strong internal controls to ensure they do not get misused.