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By Robin Tabbers
China has enacted new e-commerce legislation of interest to foreign brand owners with an online storefront in China.
By Maarten Roos
If adopted in its current form, this draft FIL is poised to modernize the Chinese legal landscape for foreign investment.
By Maarten Roos
This case illustrated difficulties when the parties agreed to resolve their disputes through international arbitration.
By Maarten Roos
In China, the only formal way to force a debtor to pay his outstanding debts is through litigation or arbitration.
By Maarten Roos
Certain illegal fund payments and settlement businesses or illegal foreign exchange trading could be deemed a crime.
By Maarten Roos
Cross-border e-commerce has been used to supply Chinese consumers for many years but has been largely unregulated.
By Maarten Roos, Yang Limeng
The Supreme People's Court continues initiatives to improve the system for enforcement of judgments and arbitral awards.
By Maarten Roos
The Ministry of Commerce published a new cornerstone for foreign investment in China: the PRC Foreign Investment Law.
By Ann Sophie De Meester
The Chinese government has supported the development of micro and small enterprises (MSEs) by introducing major tax cuts.
By Victoria Lei
One of the challenges for a foreign company in China is when its brand has already been registered as a trademark.
By Fabian Knopf
FIEs must register a business scope, commit to invest a certain amount as capital, and have a physical address in China.
By Simon Robertson, Maarten Roos
The Implementing Regulations of the IIT Law contain many special tax rules that apply to foreigners working in China.
By Lisa Qin
Inheritance in China is regulated by the PRC Inheritance Law (1985), and a judicial interpretation, also issued in 1985.
By Maarten Roos
Article discusses commitments made by President Xi in his speech at the China International Import Expo.
By Simon Robertson, Gina Chen
Foreign companies will need to review payroll and IIT declaration processes and communicate the changes to all employees.