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China Trade and Security

Our lawyers assist clients in anticipating and responding to the complex and rapidly evolving trade and national security issues that global companies now face when doing business in China.


While there has always been a close nexus between economic policy and national security, the last few years have been significant. The increased use of trade and investment tools to address a broad range of both economic and national security concerns has complicated global commerce. Specifically, many countries around the world have adopted measures to further regulate, scrutinize and, in some cases, prohibit trade and investment opportunities with China. Supply chain management, export/import decisions, technology transfer, trade litigation, and foreign investment decision-making all occur in a dynamic environment made more challenging to companies by the proliferation of new trade and national security measures worldwide.

Hogan Lovells lawyers are skilled at navigating the complex trade and security regulatory regimes, as well as public policy and legislative issues involving China in jurisdictions around the world. We are at the forefront of thought leadership and are adept at innovating as we assist clients in navigating this new and evolving economic and national security environment.

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