13 May 2013
Antitrust is a newly emerging legal practice area in China and Dacheng stands at the cutting edge of this field.
The centre of gravity in antitrust law is shifting as we witness the globalisation of regulation and enforcement.
From its very inception, banking and finance has been one of Dacheng’s core practice areas and one of the strongest areas of the firm.
Dacheng has considerable professional experience in assisting foreign investors with direct investments in China.
Dacheng has long been providing clients with legal advice in relation to company formation and amendment, as well as day-to-day business management.
Dacheng has been providing professional legal services to all interested parties in the field of international trade for a long time.
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Tim Gerrard, chief executive
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