China question: What should I do when I'm being investigated?

Dec 6, 2014
What must I do when a regulator conducts an investigation into my company? What documents and evidence must I prepare and how do I show I am in full compliance? What are the pitfalls to avoid and what measures should I take to protect the company?
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The domestic perspective

2014 marks the 22nd year of the PRC Anti-Unfair Competition Law and eighth year of the PRC Anti-monopoly Law. We have witnessed an unprecedented upsurge of enforcement actions of investigations and punishments against companies in recent years. Understanding how to respond effectively and appropriately to the relevant PRC enforcement agencies is of critical significance to the multinational corporations (MNCs) with businesses in China.

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