Tag Archives: legislation

China’s Cybersecurity Law: an expression of China’s cyber-sovereignty ambitions

Coming in to effect later this year, the final draft of the China’s Cyber Security Law contains a number of positives

An Overcast Outlook: Cloud Services in China

 China’s booming technology, media and communications (TMC) sector provides great market opportunities for cloud computing and related services.

A game changer? The PRC Foreign NGO Law

The Law of the PRC on Management over Foreign NGOs’ Activities in China (Foreign NGO Law), took effect on 1st January, 2017.

Protecting the people: China’s Consumer Law

China’s consumer protection regime has come on leaps and bounds in recent years, and has evolved in tandem with its economic development.

Fencing off the World Wide Web

China’s new online publishing regulations

What difference does a year make? China’s Environmental Protection Law one year on

A year after it came into effect Li Huini, Partner at Adamas, looks at the effect that China’s revised Environmental Protection Law (EPL) has had.

A legal perspective on foreign investment in China’s healthcare industry

While foreign investment in some sectors of China’s healthcare market has been recently liberalised others remain restricted, and risky.

A Slow Death? China’s Draft Foreign NGO Management Law

If promulgated in its current state, the second draft of the Foreign NGO Management Law, published on 5th May, 2015, could completely alter the way foreign NGOs operate in China.

Business in China, always an education

The past few months have been anxious times for European business in China. First, we saw with the promulgation of the National Security Law, and the releases of the Trial Measures for the National Security Review of Foreign Investments in China’s Pilot Free Trade Zones…