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RT @PetroleumEcon: China's is moving ahead with a national carbon market, but its first pilot markets have struggled so far http://t.co/HOG…

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How to get a piece of the e-commerce market in China: https://t.co/zWOxVZ1dxK from @Freshfields

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RT @ChinaRealTime: The Shanghai Free Trade Zone hasn't done much to generate reform in China in the year that it's been open http://t.co/QH…

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September/October 2014

Provisions for the Recognition and Protection of Well-known Trademarks (Revised)

If the trademark is not registered, materials evidencing that it has been continuously used for not less than five years shall be submitted.

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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

Measures for the Administration of the Pilot Project for Preference Shares

CSRC allows blue chip companies to issue preference shares.

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March/April 2014

PRC Company Law (2013 Revision)

The revision abolishes the minimum registered capital requirement of Rmb30,000 for limited liability companies.

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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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