Legal & Regulatory

US Securities Body Gains Full Access to Audit Records for US-Listed Chinese Firms


US regulators have gained access to the audit documents of Chinese companies for the first time ever, preventing possible forced delisting from US stock exchanges.

China Travel Restrictions 2021/2022: An Explainer (Updated)


The latest China travel restrictions, including flights to China, Chinese visas, China entry requirements during Covid, and current China quarantine rules.

An Introduction to Doing Business in China 2023 – New Publication from Dezan Shira & Associates


Doing Business in China 2023 is designed to comprehensively guide new and established investors in China with updated policy changes.

Building China’s Social Credit System – New Draft Law Outlines Legal Framework  


China’s first piece of legislation governing the social credit system will help to improve societal trust and market transparency.

New Amendments to BVI Business Companies Act: Impact on Hong Kong Companies and Companies Holding China Assets


The new amendments aim to bring BVI’s business regime in line with international standards.

China Officially Launches New Private Pension Scheme – Who Can Take Part?


China’s private pension has officially launched, but high barriers to entry mean not many players can get involved – yet.

How Long Does it Take to Register a Company in China and the UK?


In this episode, we discuss the timeline and key considerations of setting up a company in China and the UK.

How to Sell to Chinese Consumers Through Cross-Border E-Commerce Platforms 


How can foreign merchants sell to China? Understand the requirements and platforms for entering the world’s largest e-commerce market.

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