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New rules will apply to most businesses selling to consumers in the EU, including to those selling online from outside the EU, from no later than 13 June 2014.
To improve protection of consumers and regulate the booming online shopping activities in China, SAIC has updated existing rules regulating e-commerce activities.
The NDRC is collecting relevant information in the automotive parts industry and will likely launch antitrust investigations in this sector on suspicion of price-fixing cartels.
Taylor Wessing private equity partner Ed Waldron meets with Rob McCombie, investment director at CBPE Capital.
Geographical licensing is the practice where the owner of the rights to a product grants to a licensee the right to develop the product in a specific country or territory only.
A business must either own or have a licence to what it uses; otherwise it could infringe someone else’s intellectual property rights.
After publishing a draft for consultation, the government has laid the Consumer Rights Bill before parliament together with explanatory notes.
Where a counterparty was entitled to specific performance of a contract with a company prior to its entry into administration, the counterparty should still be entitled to specific performance.
New rules that will apply to most businesses selling to consumers, whether online or in a traditional store, have been laid before parliament.