Yesterday’s post China Distributor Agreements: A Relatively Easy Way To Sell Your Products Into China, was on how companies can sell their products into China via a China-based distributor.
As a member of AmCham China, I get a copy every month of AmCham’s magazine, Business Now. This month’s issue [hard copy version] has an article by John Zane, entitled, Playing by the Rules: As compliance comes to the fore, small businesses must take action.
It’s funny. Most of our clients know very little about China employment law but most know well that China has very high expectations regarding how to treat pregnant and nursing employees.
The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) has issued a plan calling for “sinification” of the Chinese banking industry’s IT infrastructure, including computers, network equipment, data storage equipment, security devices, software, and other items.
Over the last several years, Chinese companies have been extending their reach around the globe, undertaking ever-increasing pioneering projects in infrastructure, energy, commerce, environment and other developments.
As we reported earlier in Specialized IP Courts in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou: Paving the way to more efficient IP litigation?, on August 31, 2014, China’s Standing Committee passed a decision concerning the establishment of specialized IP courts in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
China As Innovator? Recent Thomson Reuters Report Examines Trends in Chinese Patent Filing & Litigation
It is no secret China, as part of national strategy, is steering its economy from “Made in China” to “Invented in China”. But how far down the road is China?