Tag Archives: legislation

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…

State of flux: 40 years of change to China’s legal landscape

A look at some of the key factors that have shaped Chinese law over the last 40 years.

Towards the rule of law: development of PRC FDI legislation

Since the foundation of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949, China has been through two ‘thirty-year periods’.

Adding to the master plan: The Beijing Position Paper 2015/2016

On 9th April, the European Chamber launched the Beijing Position Paper as a standalone publication for the first time: previously, local chapter papers had nestled in the back pages of the Chamber’s main Position Paper. It was decided that more prominence should be given to…

A work in progress: four decades of IPR in China

                              In the following article experts from the China IPR SME Helpdesk plot the development of China’s treatment of intellectual property (IP) over the past four decades.

The times they are a-changin’

How changes to China’s legal system have affected FDI

Mind your business: Managing data privacy risks in the big data era

Access to personal information can present enormous opportunities in the big data era.

Light at the end of the tunnel? – the draft Foreign Investment Law

The various laws and regulations pertaining to the incorporation of foreign-invested enterprises (FIEs) are soon to be consolidated.