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New Updates on China Social Insurance Policies

China - April 26 2016 Chinese employers are reported to bear one of the highest percentages of social insurance obligations in the world. According to statistics, in most

Disabled Persons’ Employment Security Fund to be Paid Nationwide in China

China - August 1 2016 China adopts a mandatory system of pro rata hiring of disabled persons. According to the PRC Disabled Persons Security Law and the Rules of

Intercompany loans now possible in China

China - October 21 2015 Under the General Provisions on Lending issued by the People's Bank of China ("PBOC") on 28 June 1996, intercompany loans between two PRC

Compensation Claims due to Trademark Infringements - Case study: New Balance vs. Zhou Lelun

China - July 8 2016 In trademark infringement cases, how to claim damages is always an important question for trademark owners. The Chinese courts recently rendered

Fair Use of Others’ Registered Trademarks Case study: Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmetique vs. Changsha Huiji E-Commerce Co., Ltd.

China - July 28 2016 Many foreign companies which do business in China have found themselves in an unclear position in potential infringements of their trademarks or

Disabled Persons’ Employment Security Fund to be Paid Nationwide in China

China - August 1 2016 China adopts a mandatory system of pro rata hiring of disabled persons. According to the PRC Disabled Persons Security Law and the Rules of

Fair Use of Others’ Registered Trademarks Case study: Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmetique vs. Changsha Huiji E-Commerce Co., Ltd.

China - July 28 2016 Many foreign companies which do business in China have found themselves in an unclear position in potential infringements of their trademarks or

Chinese Tax Regulation Update - July 2016

China - July 27 2016 The Announcement stipulates that the new Sino-German Double Taxation Treaty (“DTT”) signed on 28 March 2014 entered into force from 6 April 2016 and

Expectation of a Faster Growth of Health Food in Near Future

China - July 11 2016 The Administrative Measures for the Registration and Recordal of Health Food (“Measures”) adopted and promulgated by China Food and Drug

Compensation Claims due to Trademark Infringements - Case study: New Balance vs. Zhou Lelun

China - July 8 2016 In trademark infringement cases, how to claim damages is always an important question for trademark owners. The Chinese courts recently rendered