China approves the U.S. listing plans of VIE-structured company CheChe; Chinese IP court helps mediate dispute between Dyson and Dreame; and CSRC proposes rules to encourage companies to pay their dividends
China's cybersecurity laws are heavily enforced for businesses of all sizes; Chinese Gotion receives CFIUS approval to build an EV battery facility in Illinois; and Former SEC Chair proposes large public companies disclose their exposure to China
China announces that overseas taxpayers will be exempt from certain taxes until the end of 2027; China attempts to boost the secondary market by introducing a phased restriction on IPOs; and PRC People’s Court recognizes virtual assets as property despite crypto ban
3M pays fine to settle bribery charges on its China subsidiary; China recognizes data as an asset in financial statements; and China revises company law to increase controlling shareholder responsibility in companies.
China meets executives of international firms in order to reassure them over data security regulations; CSRC seeks regulatory opinion for the frist time for overseas listing; and Chinese automobile parts included in U.S. import detention over Xinjiang concerns
Biden's new Executive Order simplifies the proposed "Reverse CFIUS" review process of outbound investment into China; Small hedge funds in China are threatened with a minimum asset requirement; and Shanghai Stock Exchange further scrutinizes medical companies as an anti-corruption campaign intensifies.
A new set of Measures have been published by the People’s Bank of China. In this article, Zhou Yang of Jingtian & Gongcheng examines the provisions and reveal how they will impact and assist data handlers in the financial sector
China's securities watchdog instruct lawyers to tone down China-related risk disclosures in prospectuses; new rules restrict export of drones and related technologies; and bubble tea companies seek foreign listings amidst growing regulatory scrutiny