In the News: Uncertainty Dents British Confidence in Investing in China; the European Union Tightens Product Safety Requirements; and Hong Kong Proposes to Resolve 'Scheme of Arrangement' Controversy

May 31, 2023
| By Clarence Lee
British firms in China are concerned about the way China introduces new regulations and the vagueness of its laws; the European Union introduces additional product safety-related requirements for businesses selling products online to domestic consumers; Hong Kong seeks to allow offerors and their concert parties to vote in a shareholders' meeting regarding a firm’s privatization.

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