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As the Third Plenum came to an end, Beijing approved radical reforms to the country’s capital markets. A new registration-based system could see the market open-up and align with international standards
The NDRC has launched an investigation into wireless technology company Qualcomm. International law firms are turning to China’s regions and the Qihoo 360 v Tencent case goes before the SPC
Shanghai’s Free Trade Zone has been called one of the largest reforms since Deng Xiaoping’s era. But how free will it really be? It is best thought of as an area where the government can focus on ways to achieve its long term goals
The CBRC has issued Measures over pilot consumer finance companies and the SAT has produced an Announcement on VAT issues for restructuring the assets of taxpayers. Guangzhou has released Opinions further regulating real estate
Vincent Mu of Martin Hu & Partners summarises the most important cases of the last 12 months and analyses the latest developments in the CIETAC disputes
Susan Ning of King & Wood Mallesons outlines the key developments in competition law in the last year, including Qihoo 360 v Tencent, and gives some predictions for next year
Technical consulting income may be counted as technology transfer income.
The Circular clarifies the types of corporate research and development expenses that fall within the scope of pre-tax super-deduction.
The 3rd revision further clarifies the meaning of “well-known trademark” and shortens the trademark registration period.
The Provisions cover the delineation of, the lifting of preservation from and the suspension of enforcement against the property of debtors.
The Zone selects the financial services, shipping services, trade services, professional services, cultural services and social services sectors for increased liberalisation.
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Shanghai issues new measures to curb the property market.
Government is to disclose the entire environmental impact report.
Certain products to implement day trading on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
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