China Global Trade and CFIUS Compliance Update

The U.S. government has been expanding national security-based restrictions in connection with technical, business and academic activities involving China, which is having far-reaching...

Expansion of export controls on China, Russia, and Venezuela

In the last few months, the United States has announced new rules that will significantly expand export restrictions on China, Russia, and Venezuela. On 28 April the U.S. Department of...

CFIUS Developments - Foreign Investment Review, Mitigation, and Enforcement in a Time of Turmoil and Change

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) is exercising its new statutory authority to scrutinize transactions that may present national security risk. Recent...

Trade Secret Protection in China after the U.S.-China Phase One trade deal

As part of the U.S.-China Phase One trade deal that was signed on 15 January 2020, China agreed to strengthen its intellectual property (IP) protection in several ways. Most significantly,...

Navigating through European and US FDI screening mechanisms

The European Union and various EU Member States are actively strengthening their foreign direct investment (FDI) screening mechanisms amid increasing global trade and geopolitical tensions.

China's new Foreign Investment Law: fewer obstacles, and more opportunities for international investors

On 15 March 2019, China passed a new Foreign Investment Law ("FIL") that takes effect on 1 January 2020, which, when combined with a slimmed-down Negative List, and pre-market access...

The CFIUS Review Process Post-FIRRMA: What Will it Mean for Your Business and the Future of FDI?

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