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Reading the Tea Leaves - Managing Regulatory Risks in China

China - April 24 2017 Over the last 12 months a number of Australian corporates have suffered unexpected business disruption in China. For some affected entities, this has...

预测未来应对中国的监管风险

Australia, China - April 24 2017 过去一年许多澳大利亚公司在中国遭遇始料未及的业务冲击一些公司还因此在澳大利亚陷入严重危机...

Respite or False Dawn: MOFCOM Hints at Softening of Tough PRC E-commerce Policies

China - March 27 2017 International health food companies and infant formula food suppliers rejoiced when on March 17, 2017, China Ministry of Commerce ("MOFCOM") confirmed...

Chen Bing, Mark Schaub.

Reading the Tea Leaves - Managing Regulatory Risks in China

Australia, China - March 9 2017 Over the last 12 months a number of Australian corporates have suffered unexpected business disruption in China. For some affected entities, this has...

Intan Eow.

China’s e-commerce regulatory tsunami continues: New advertising and food safety regulations

China - July 29 2016 As China's e-commerce industry continues to surge, authorities have clarified their regulatory stance on online advertising practices and the online...

Chen Bing, Scott Bouvier, Meredith Paynter, Mark Schaub.