While foreign investment in some sectors of China’s healthcare market has been recently liberalised others remain restricted, and risky.
The shift from government-fixed prices to free-market tendering
This article lay out the legal framework governing some commonly encountered IP-related competition issues
There has been a recent rise in the number of IP infringement cases filed by domestic plaintiffs against foreign defendants.
Although China’s food and beverage industry continues to grow, food safety remains an ongoing concern among its citizens.
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.
A Rising Country with Rising Concerns
A look at some of the key factors that have shaped Chinese law over the last 40 years.
Since the foundation of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949, China has been through two ‘thirty-year periods’.