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Foreign Investment in Internet and Vending Machine Sales
The Chinese Ministry of Commerce recently promulgated the Notice on Relevant Issues concerning the Examination, Approval and Administration of Projects of Foreign Investment in Internet and Vending Machine Sales ("Notice").
China
11 Jan 2011
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New Foreign Investment Vehicle: Foreign-Invested Partnerships in China
On 1 March 2010, a new structure for foreign investment--the foreign-invested partnership ("FIP")--was officially launched in China, and local media reported the registration of China’s first FIP in Kunshan, Jiangsu.
China
17 May 2010
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Legal Requirements for Listing a Foreign-Invested Enterprise in China
In response to the small number of foreign-invested enterprises ("FIEs") listed on Chinese stock exchanges and the decline of inbound direct foreign investment, the PRC Ministry of Commerce in the summer of 2009 announced that it would formulate policies to encourage FIEs to "go public" in China. Along similar lines, work is progressing on the establishment of an international board at the Shanghai Stock Exchange to facilitate the future issuance of A shares by foreign companies.
China
11 May 2010
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Representative Offices of Foreign Enterprises in China - The Unwanted Establishment?
On 4 January 2010, the State Administration of Industry and Commerce ("SAIC") and the Ministry of Public Security jointly promulgated a notice that places additional restrictions and re¬quirements on new and existing foreign representative offices ("RO"). The local AIC in Beijing implemented the notice on 15 January 2010; other cities and provinces swiftly followed or are expected to do so soon. The more stringent criteria on RO registration are summarised below.
Hong Kong
29 Apr 2010
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Capital Contribution by Equity
Foreign investors in China are increasingly using shares in existing domestic companies to acquire an interest in other domestic companies. But they should be aware of certain restrictions be¬fore contemplating such a move. PRC law allows a shareholder of a limited liability company or a company limited by shares ("Invested Company") to make capital contribution in the form of equity held in another domestic company ("Equity Company"), provided that the sum of the equity and other non-monetary p
China
26 Apr 2010
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Administration Provisions on Registration of Foreign-Invested Partnership Enterprises
With the effectiveness of the Measures for the Administration of the Establishment of Partnerships in China by Foreign Enterprises or Individuals ("FIP Measures") and the Administration Provisions on Registration of Foreign-Invested Partnership Enterprises ("Registration Provisions") on 1 March 2010, a new form of foreign investment, the foreign-invested partnership ("FIP") has become a reality in China. The Registration Provisions, as the first promulgated implementing rules of the FIP Measures
China
12 Apr 2010
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Government Procurement In China: Can You Get A Piece Of The Pie?
On 9 November 2008, the PRC announced an RMB 4 trillion stimulus package in response to the global financial crisis. The funds will be invested in ten key sectors over the course of two years, and a considerable part will be distributed in accordance with government procurement laws.
China
 
9 Sep 2009
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Framework Conditions For Chinese Investments In Europe
The flow of foreign investments into the PRC remains strong. However, investments going into the opposite direction, i.e. from the PRC to Europe, did not show a clear trend.
European Union
3 Oct 2008
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PRC Regulations On Securities Companies With Foreign Investment Newly Revised
The China Securities Regulatory Commission has revised the Regulations on Formation of Securities Companies with Foreign Investment, and the revised regulations has become effective from 1 January 2008.
China
6 May 2008
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Indian Companies Investing In Germany – Protected By A Well-Founded Legal Framework
Germany offers strong infrastructure and moreover, its geographical position in the heart of Europe is unique.
Germany
19 Dec 2007
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