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RT @michelleprice36: US SEC sanctions Hong Kong auditing firm Baker Tilley over its failure to spot fraud at China North East Petroleum ht…

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Avon hit with US$135m fine for FCPA violations in China: and

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Tencent signs deal with Sony: Are all these deals reducing online piracy?

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November/December 2014

China Banking Regulatory Commission, Implementing Measures for Administrative Permission Items of Foreign-funded Banks

The Measures observe the principle of consistency in the regulatory criteria for Chinese and foreign-funded banks.

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September/October 2014

Why China’s judicial reform has a long way to go

The Chinese judiciary’s road to reform is beset with challenges such as lack of clarity in procedural rules, inconsistency among courts and blurred roles of judges, local governments and even the Supreme People’s Court

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July/August 2014

GSK: A case study

GlaxoSmithKline is facing serious charges of misconduct as enforcement grows fierce. The entwining Chinese anti-bribery laws, the US FCPA and UK Bribery Act call for immediate attention to risks and compliance on both a national and global scale

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May/June 2014

How to deal with labour crises

As labour unrest increases, it is vital that companies implement the right strategies to handle the problem. Effective communication and negotiation with employees and other activists can go a long way in reducing the burden on management

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March/April 2014

SIPO’s reform agenda

The new SIPO Commissioner faces a series of challenges, including raising the standard of examination while dealing with a steady increase in applications, leading international harmonisation and aligning enforcement with China’s courts

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January/February 2014

Why the IPO reforms don’t go far enough

A series of reforms should help to restart China’s capital markets in 2014. Although the changes are a positive step, they create problems for law firms and leave some serious structural problems unresolved

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