July 22, 2014

China Law Update

The China Newsletter provides an overview of key developments in Chinese investment, mergers & acquisitions, customs, trade and anti-monopoly legislation. This issue features the following articles: 

  • Government Institutional Reform | Plans for Government Institutional Reform and Function Change

  • Labor| China Further Regulates Labor Dispatch Activities

  • Labor | China’s Supreme Court Provides Guidance on Hearing Labor Disputes Cases

  • Labor | Work-Related Injuries to Be Further Clarified

  • Labor | Supreme People’s Court Clarifies Refusal to Pay Remuneration

  • Foreign Direct Investment | China Encourages Equity Contribution by Intangible Assets

  • Foreign Direct Investment | China Guides Merger and Reorganization of Enterprises in Key Industries

  • Foreign Exchange | China Clarifies Foreign Exchange Matters Regarding Foreign Invested Partnership Enterprise

  • Foreign Exchange | China Improves Foreign Exchange Administration

  • Foreign Investment | China Opens Mainland Market to Hong Kong and Macau Medical Service Providers

  • Foreign Investment | China Opens its Mainland Market to Hong Kong and Macau Elder Care Institutions and Institutions for Disabled Persons

  • Environmental | China Standardizes Environmental Management Registration of Hazardous Chemicals

  • Foreigners | China Protects Lawful Rights of Foreigners with Permanent Residence

  • Tax | China Clarifies Issues Concerning Enterprise Income Tax Paid by Non-resident Enterprises in VAT Reform

  • Tax | China Enhances Administration of the Collection of Consolidated Payments of Enterprise Income Tax by Trans-regional Enterprises

  • Tax | China Clarifies the Computation and Payment Method for VAT Reform

  • Intellectual Property | China Strengthens Protection to Legitimate Rights of Employee Inventors

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George Qi is a shareholder in Greenberg Traurig's Shanghai office. He focuses his practice primarily on China-related cross-border mergers and acquisitions, capital market, corporate finance and general corporate matters. He has wide-ranging experience advising multinational companies in acquisitions and otherwise doing business in China, and in advising Chinese private companies in raising capital in overseas capital markets.

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Dawn Zhang is a shareholder in Greenberg Traurig's Shanghai office. She has broad experience advising clients on venture capital, China-related cross-border mergers and acquisitions, restructuring, joint ventures, and general corporate matters. Before joining Greenberg Traurig, Dawn practiced in other international law firms for many years and served as the PRC legal counsel for a multinational corporation, where she handled a wide variety of corporate matters for public and emerging growth companies. Dawn passed the national PRC judicial qualification examination in 1998 and was...

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