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Amendments to the PRC Company Law eliminate the minimum capital requirements and ease statutory procedures for company establishment.
The US FAA has downgraded India’s aviation safety rating to Category 2 under the its International Aviation Safety Assessment programme.
The US government has taken another important step in helping to reintegrate Myanmar (referred to as Burma for official purposes) into the global economy.
On 20 January 2014, the US Treasury and state departments took steps to implement temporary and limited changes to US sanctions policy for Iran.
This alert focuses on several major measures that are related to outbound investment by Chinese persons and inbound investment in China by foreign investors.
Despite confusing media reports, the interim nuclear deal reached by Iran and the P5+1 would change very little in US and multilateral sanctions policy.
Should your company reach out to Silicon Valley? If so, what do you need to know?
This briefing summarises current PRC laws relating to the board of directors and the board of supervisors of foreign-invested companies.
While much of the world is finally getting a handle on the .com, .net and .org domains, we are on the brink of an explosion of hundreds of new generic top-level domains.
The free-trade zone initiative is intended to be a pilot programme to provide a blueprint of how China will reform its economic structure.
With the rapid growth in Chinese media services and increased awareness of legal rights among the Chinese, defamation litigation in China is on the rise.
China is one of the world’s largest markets for internet use.
This market entry brief covers some essential issues companies should consider and be aware of as they prepare to enter the US market.
The US capital markets — the largest in the world — have been all but closed to Chinese companies for more than two years.
Different jurisdictions are striving for the right balance in the regulatory frameworks governing equity-based compensation arrangements.
Sponsors of global stock plans must navigate a host of legal and tax regimes to maintain compliance with applicable rules and laws.