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China’s new rules on telemedicine and Internet hospitals - some things clarified, some questions left unanswered

China's new rules for Internet-based medical services – telemedicine, Internet hospitals and Internet-based diagnosis came into force on 17 July 2018.

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New scientific data rules in China: China claims "data sovereignty"

In March of this year, the State Council released the Scientific Data Administrative Measures, a set of rules with the seemingly innocuous aim of collecting and making public the results of ...

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Bulletin 11 in action Education Alert

In February of this year,we reported a new tax development in China(Bulletin 11) affecting Sino-foreign cooperative education institutions and programs. Bulletin 11 came into...

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New tax bulletin will change the tax landscape for many foreign universities in China Education Alert

As U.S. colleges and universities rapidly internationalize, it's unsurprising that institutions are increasingly entering the Asian market, especially in China where the student demand for...

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Fresh developments in regulations on private schools Education Investors Alertremove

As a breakthrough in the education area, the Amendment to the Law of Promoting Privately Run Schools has categorized private schools into for-profit ones and non-for-profit ones, and...

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Activities and supervisory authorities catalogue is published: uncertainty remains

Following the release of the Registration Procedures for Representative Offices and Record-Filing for the Temporary Activities of Foreign Non-Governmental Organisations Guidelines on 28...

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Fresh developments to guide the application of the Foreign NGO Law

After the issuance of the PRC Law on Management over Foreign NGOs' Activities in China (the "Foreign NGO Law"), there have been some further developments and measures by the Ministry of...

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China to allow for-profit schools, except in compulsory education Education Alert

On 7 November 2016, China adopted the amendment to the Law of Promoting the Privately-run Schools, taking effect from 1 September 2017.

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