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RT @business: The one chart to get you up to speed on China's market moves http://t.co/cjxVJTG0Re http://t.co/mJAOvbYpBQ

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A fake Goldman Sachs in Shenzhen? http://t.co/iDgJjc2wzE via @business

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RT @george_chen: How Baidu, Tencent and Alibaba are leading the way in China's big data revolution http://t.co/Vz8MlUh73B via @CKGSB http:/…

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July/August 2015

Legislation roundup: Network Security Law, product quality and private hospitals

Local governments can restrict network communication if necessary, foreign importers have been made subject to product recall rules and investment access and financing for privately-funded hospitals have been expanded

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May/June 2015

Announcement on Enterprise Income Tax Issues Relevant to the Payment of Expenses by Enterprises to Overseas Affiliates

Tax authority may proceed with an adjustment for any expenses paid to an overseas affiliate not in compliance with the arm’s length principle.

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March/April 2015

Legislation roundup: Foreign Investment Catalogue, acquisition loans and Legislation Law

The 2015 Foreign Investment Industrial Guidance Catalogue has been released, the CBRC has made obtaining loans for M&A easier and the revised PRC Legislation Law has clarified the regulation of taxes

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January/February 2015

How to prepare for collective bargaining in Guangdong

Guangdong’s collective contract rules give labour unions a more active role and prevent employers from delaying negotiations. Companies must prepare to deal with more informed employees and resolve issues efficiently and effectively

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China Law & Practice Events

China Law & Practice Awards
17 September 2015
Location: Beijing

The China Global Investment Summit 中国全球投资峰会 2015
22 & 23 September 2015
Location: Hangzhou

asialaw Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Summit 2015
24 September 2015
Location: Hong Kong